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Publications of the Canadian Archives — No. 8. 



CATALOGUE 



MAPS, PLANS AND CHARTS 



IX THE MAP ROOM OF THE 



DOMINION ARCHIVES 



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EXPLANATION 0¥ REFERENCES AND ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THE 
FOLLOWING CATALOGUE. 

B series, — the series in the Canadian Archives consisting of copies of the corre- 
spondence in the British Museum known as the Haldimand Papers. 

C series, — Military correspondence, original and copies. 

F series, — copies of correspondence relating to the French regime. 

M series, — copies of colonial correspondence. 

Q series, — copies of the colonial correspondence relating to the Province of Quebec, 
1759-1791, and to the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, 1791- 
1841. 

I. Maps transferred from the Department of the Interior. 

M. Maps transferred from the Department of Militia and Defence. 

0~ Maps prepared under the direction of the Board of Ordnance, Imperial War Office. 

P. Maps belonging to the Land Papers, transferred from the Privy Council Office. 

R. Maps transferred from the Department of Railways and Canals. 

S. Maps transferred from the Department of the Secretary of State. 

W. Maps transferred from the Department of Public Works. 



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INTRODUCTION. 

The Maps, Charts, Plans, &c., of which a catalogue is here presented have been 
drawn from many sources, including the British Museum, and different departments 
of the Imperial Government, the Bibliotheque Rationale and different departments of 
the French Government; also departments of the Federal and Provincial Govern- 
ments of Canada; and, to some extent, from private collections. While of varying 
degrees of interest and value, all have their uses, and the object in preparing a cata- 
logue is to render them more easily available for examination, than would otherwise 
have been the ease, by persons engaged in historical or other research. The classifi- 
cation adopted is, broadly speaking, geographical, and a few remarks may be made 
on different sections. 

WORLD MAPS. 

Of the World Maps several are of much historical interest. The first on the list 
is the celebrated map of the Spaniard Juan de la Cosa, a biographical essay on whom, 
translated from the Spanish is printed in Appendix A. to this publication. It may 
here be briefly stated that La Cosa, according to the Spanish narrative referred to, 
commanded a vessel in the first and second expeditions of Columbus to America. The 
relations between the two men do not appear to have been entirely harmonious, but 
of the ability of La Cosa as a navigator there does not appear to be any doubt. His 
map, which is dated 1500, is believed to have been made in that year after his return 
to Spain from a third voyage, made in 1499, in which Americus Vespucius acted 
as pilot and cosmographer, and in which the mainland of America was dis- 
covered. La Cosa sailed for America seven times in all, and finally lost his life 
at the hands of the natives of Venezuela on the 28th of February, 1510. The 
original map is in the possession of the Spanish government, by whose permission a 
number of fac-similes were made in the year 1892. After the fashion of the time 
the inland spaces of the map are adorned with pictures of churches and castles, 
effigies of reigning sovereigns, as well as of earlier historical characters, and various 
other illustrative devices. Flags are used to distinguish the possessions of different 
nations. 

The second map in the list, that of Sebastian Cabot, also deserves special mention. 
It is dated 1544 and shows a much more advanced condition of geographical know- 
ledge than the map of La Cosa, much having been done in the intervening period, 
jboth in the way of exploration and of conquest, on the American continent. The 
map bears twenty-two legends in all of a descriptive and historical character. Men- 
tion is made therein of the voyages of Magellan and -John Sebastian del Canno; but 
the map is chiefly interesting, from a Canadian point of view, in that it purports to 
indicate the point where John Cabot, father of Sebastian, first saw land on the 
American coast, the locality in question being apparently near the northerly extremity 
of Cape Breton. Through an error, the probable explanation of which, with other 
information relating to the map, will be found in Appendix B., the date of the dis- 
covery is given as 1494 instead of 1497. Even this later date, it is to be remarked, 

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is the earliest on which any portion of the American continent, as distinguished from 
the islands of the West Indian archipelago, was discovered. 

The Waldseemuller Maps are entered as one map under No. 6, inasmuch as the 
twelve divisions of which it consists admit of being placed together so as to constitute 
one large map. This map was discovered as lately as 1901 by Prof. Fischer in the 
library of Prince Waldburg at Wolfegg. The former existence of the map was Imown 
from a work still extant, published in 1507' at St. Die (Lorraine), under the title of 
Cosmographise Introductio, which spoke of it as having been issued contempor- 
aneously. In this book an account is given of the four voyages of Americus 
Vespucius, and the suggestion is made — it is believed for the first time — that the 
newly discovered continent should be called after that explorer, regarded apparently 
as entitled to the honour. All trace of the map referred to had long disappeared; 
but it was surmised that, if it had escaped destruction, and should subsequently come 
to light, it would show the name America as given to the New World. Such proved 
to be the case. The name " Waldseemuller " has been given to the map, one Martin 
Waldseemuller having been cartographer and geographer to the learned society at 
St. Die, under whose auspices it was prepared. The several maps constituting the 
great map have been reproduced in fac-simile in atlas form, and furnished with 
preface and notes in German and English by Professor Jos. Fischer S.J., and Fr. 
E. V. Wieser. 

In the Waldseemuller Atlas is included another map of much importance 
entitled Carta Marina, the existence of which was wholly unsuspected. Its date is 
1516. Like the earlier map just referred to, it consists of twelve sections forming 
one complete map. It shovx's some advance in general geographical knowledge, but 
it does not exhibit the name " America." 

NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA, WEST INDIA ISLANDS. 

In this section are many maps of much interest. Among these may be men- 
tioned (No. 14) " L'Amerique Septentrionale," drawn by Sanson, Geographer to the 
(French) King, and published by Herbert Jaillot at Paris in 1674. In this map the 
possessions in North America of the different European nations are shown according 
to the best knowledge of the time. Deserving of special mention also is No. 20, 
entitled Carte Particuliere de I'Amerique Septentrionale, published by Heniy Popple 
at Amsterdam in 1650, bearing a certificate by Edmund Halley the Astronomer Royal 
of England. This map embraces a great deal of detail and shows a certain approach 
towards modern accuracy of delineation. A large number of maps in this section 
belong to a comprehensive publication entitled " Petit Atlas Maritime," in five volumes 
small folio, the work of Jacques Bellin, Chief Hydrographic Engineer of the French 
navy. The maps or plans in question are founded on surveys extending from the 
mouth of the Mississippi to the River St. Lawrence. Some are acknowledged as 
having been taken from English originals. 

A few maps and plans bear the name of Chaussegros de Lery, who was chief 
engineer at Quebec in the later years of the French regime; and some that of his 
son. Others in greater number are the work of British military engineers, and bear 
date for the most part before the Revolutionary War. Amongst the publishers of 
maps we meet the names of the most celebrated English map makers of the 18th 



and the early part of the 19th centuries, Emanuel Bowen, William Faden, Thomas 
Jeffreys, the two Arrowsmiths, Aaron and John, the latter a nephew of the former, 
and Johnston. 

Some of the maps are naturally more illustrative of the history of the times 
than others. Map 39 shows the line of forts constructed by the several provinces of 
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, as a protection 
against the attacks of the French and their Indian allies. A map published by Bowen 
the Geographer Eoyal in 1768 purports to distinguish the British, Spanish and 
French possessions according to the Treaty of 1763. " The whole," it is claimed, " is 
laid out according to the latest and most authentic improvements," yet it shows as 
did some other maps of the period, the State of New York as extending up to the 
St. Lawrence at Sorel, and thus embracing a large section of what are now the 
" Eastern Townships " of the Province of Quebec. A more correct boundary is shown 
in "A New and Correct Map of North America" (No. 179), published in 1777, and 
stated to have been " corrected from the original materials of Governor Pownall, 
member of Parliament." Pownall had spent some years in America, and had filled 
the office of Governor of Massachusetts. This circumstance, coupled with an earlier 
connection with the British Board of Plantations, had given him extensive inform- 
ation in regard to colonial matters. He also possessed considerable skill, it is stated, 
in map-construction. The map now in question shows the Apalachian mountains 
as the general western boundary of the Atlantic colonies, the hinterland between that 
and the Mississippi north of the Ohio forming part of the cession made by France 
to England. 

The Atlantic Neptune series, of which frequent mention is made in the cata- 
logue, was the work of J. W. Desbarres, a British military engineer, who was 
employed as assistant engineer under General Wolfe at Quebec, and was afterward3 
entrusted with the task of making surveys on the Atlantic coast of North America. 
The maps produced by him form five folio valumes and have been described as " the 
most splendid collection of charts, plans and views ever published." 

LA NOUVELLE FEANCE. 

In this section wiU be found maps taken from the works of the early French 
explorers, Champlain, JoUiet, Hennepin and others; also maps founded on surveys 
made under British authority after the Conquest. Of the latter the most celebrated 
and interesting is undoubtedly that made on a very large scale by order of General 
Murray, and bearing date 1763, in which all the parishes lying along the course of 
the St. Lawrence from Cap Tourmente below Quebec, to the Cedars some forty miles 
above Montreal, are shown in great detail, A description of this map, which forms 
an important historical .document, is given in Appendix C. 

A later map of Canada (No. 289) compiled by order of Lord Dorchester, and 
completed in 1795, is also of interest showing, as it does, the country from the river 
Montmorency in the east to the limit of the surveys that had been made on the St. 
Lawrence and the Ottawa. 

Mention should also be made of the well-known "Mitchell's Map" of 1755 (No. 
2G7) showing " the British colonie.s in America with the Eoads, Distances, Limits 
and Extent of the Settlements," which was one of the principal documents made use 



of in connection with the boundary negotiations between Great Britain and the 
United States, which were brought to a conclusion by the Ashburton Treaty of 1842. 
On this map are indicated the boundaries between French and English territory 
according to the French and English constructions of the Treaty of Utrecht, which 
differed very materially. 

A sketch published in 1755 (No. 263) shows the several routes of the French from 
Quebec to the Mississippi. It is noted on the map that the journey from Montreal 
to New Orleans by Presqu'ile (Oswego) and the Ohio, considered to be the most 
expeditious route, generally takes about four months, and that from Montreal to 
Michillimackinac about three months. The name Toronto appears as given to a fort 
on the site of the present city of Toronto. 

Some valuable maps were produced by the Surveyor General of the Province of 
Lower Canada, Mr. Joseph Bouchette. Among these may be mentioned No. 581, a 
map of the entire Province, published by Faden of London in 1815 ; an earlier map 
dated 1805 of the townships south of the St. Lawrence in which granted are dis- 
tinguished from ungranted lands, and the proportional reserves for the maintenance 
of a Protestant clergy are indicated; and No. 598, dated 1829, in which "the new 
subdivisions of the Province by counties are shown." Mention may also be made of 
" A new Map of the Province of Lower Canada, describing all the Seigniories, Town- 
ships and Grants of Land, &c.," by Samuel Holland, Surveyor General, published by 
Wyld of London, in 1825. 

The route of the Canadian couriers between Montreal and Skeensborough, which 
appears to have occupied the site of the present town of Whitehall at the head of 
Lake Champlain, is indicated on Map 575, which also shows the two forts built on 
the Richelieu river (here called the Sorel) at Charably and St. Johns for the pro- 
tection of the country from the south, and, particularly in the early days, from the 
attacks of the Iroquois. 

In different maps can be traced the subdivision of Canada into counties at 
successive dates and the changes made in the names of counties.. It will be noticed 
how large a proportion of the maps and plans are of military origin, attesting the 
importance attached by the Home Government to the defences of Canada, and 
pointing to a considerable expenditure for that object. 

UPPER CANADA— ONTARIO. 

Among the maps in this section illustrating incidents in the history of the 
country may be mentioned a plan (No. 1571) of Navy Island in the Niagara river a 
short distance above the Falls, which was occupied by the rebels under Mackenzie 
and Van Rensellaer in December, 1837. The plan takes in the neighbouring village 
of Chippewa and shows on the opposite shore the village of Schlosser where the 
steamer Caroline, which had been bringing supplies and reinforcements to the rebels, 
was cut out from its moorings and set on fire by a party of men under the command 
of Captain Drew, R.N. 

A plan made in 1788 (No. 1602) of " the Entrance of the River from Lake Erie 
to Detroit," might be used to illustrate a hostile movement made by a body of Ameri- 
can sympathizers with the rebellion just fifty years later against a settlement on the 
Canadian shore at what is now the town of Amherstburg. The island of Bois Blanc 



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is shown, of which the enemy, whose attempt was entirely defeated, took a brief 
possession. 

A " Map of the American lakes and adjoining countrj-, the present seat of war 
between Great Britain and the United States" (No. 1697^), possesses interest as 
having been '' done in part from a sketch by Major General Sir Isaac Brock." The 
sites of engagements and encampments in the war of 1812 are marked. 

The lands acquired by the Canada Company in 1826 are shown in several plans, 
1Y19, 1720, 1723, &c. In the last mentioned the site of the future town of Gait, called 
after John Gait, the first manager of the company in Canada, is indicated. 

The earlier hisory of the country is illustrated by a plan of Fort Frontenac 
or Katarakouy, dated 1685. The fort, first built by Frontenac in 1673, was destroyed 
by order of a later governor, the Marquis de Denonville, in 1689. Frontenac return- 
ing to Canada in the same year caused the fort to be rebuilt. There are two later 
plans of the fort made hj De Lery and De Lery, fils, in 1726 and 1738, respectively, 
showing the same general outlines, but with some internal improvements. 

The lake and river surveys made by Lieut. Bayfield, E.K., in 1817 and 1818 are 
represented by several maps in this section. 

The Abbe Galinee's map of 1669, " Carte du Canada et des terres decouvertes 
vers le lac d'Erie," reprinted by the Ontario Historical Society, is of interest as a 
very early attempt at representing the geographical outlines of western Canada. A 
note on this map describes the district now embraced in the Ontario counties of 
Norfolk and Oxford as '' le plus beau lieu que j'aie vu pour I'abondance des arbres 
fruitiers, &c.," (the most beautiful country I have ever seen for the abundance of its 
fruit trees) and adds that there is splendid hunting for deer, bear, wildcat and beaver. 

Memories of the war of 1812 are again revived by a plan (No. 2066) of part of the 
Niagara frontier, embracing a sketch very clearly drawn of the battle of Lundy's 
Lane, 26th July, 1814. 

The progress of settlement in Upper Canada is exhibited by a map (No. 2107) 
published by Faden of London in 1825, showing the located districts. North of Lake 
Ontario four tiers of townships have been laid out as well as considerable districts 
in the Western Peninsula. Some of the older towns as Sandwich, Amherstburg, 
Ancaster, Queenston, Newark (Niagara), Whitby, Port Hope, Brockville, &c., are 
shown, but not as yet St. Thomas, Guelph, St. Catherines, or Bytown (Ottawa). 
Lord Selkirk's purchase of land to the east of the Grand River (here called the Ouse) 
is marked; and there is a note relating to an exploration made by Lieut. Catty, R.E., 
in 1819, for a communication between the lakes running northeast from Balsam Lake 
to Lake Chat on the Ottawa. The map made by Lieut. Catty in connection with the 
exploration in question is also in this section. 

Of local interest as regards the city of Ottawa are a number of plans by which 
its growth from the first formation of a settlement may be traced. One of these is 
a "Copy of the Original Plan of Bytown' in the time of Col. By," and shows the 
lots and the names of the property owners or leaseholders on Eideau, George, York, 
Clarence, Murray and St. Patrick streets. A beaver ' meadow on Rideau street is 
marked. The south side of Rideau street is not shown. 

The first division of Upper Canada into counties after the passing of the Act 
of 1791 is e>hibited by a plan drawn by order of Lieut. -Gov. Simeoe in 1795. A 
n.ap compiled at his request a few years later, and published by Faden of London 

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in 1800, shows the state of settlement of the Province at that time. The portion of 
the Province now forming the counties of Huron, Bruce, Grey, Lambton, Perth and 
Wellington, with parts of Oxford and Kent, is described, without any other desig- 
nation, as " Great Tract of Woodland." In the central part of the Province no 
townships are laid out north of Eiee Lake on the Trent Eiver. " Salmon fisheries " 
are indicated as existing at several places on the north shore of Lake Ontario. A 
proposed canal is sketched connecting Lake Simcoe with Lake Ontario, and having 
its Ontario outlet near Pickering, some twenty miles east of Toronto. 

A map dated 1819 (No. 2774) of the central part of Upper Canada shows the 
seat of war in 1812-1814, and, incidentally, the 'Clergy Eeserves for the lands assigned 
to the Six Nations, and the Crown Eeserves for the County of Lincoln. 

PEINCE EDWAED ISLAND. 

A number of the maps and plans of Prince Edward Island go back in date to 
the period of Erench occupation, when the island was known as He St. Jean, and 
the capital (now Charlottetown) as Port La Joie. Others were made in the time of 
the early British governors, and under their direction; others again by British 
military or hydrographic engineers. 

NOVA SCOTIA. 

The French maps of Nova Scotia include Nicolas Denys' map (No. 2949) taken 
from his work '' Description Geographique et Historique de I'Amerique Septentrion- 
ale," published in 1672 and lately republished by the Champlain Society of Canada 
with translation and notes; also a plan of the siege of Louisburg (No. 2979) under 
Admiral Boscawen on the 26th July, 1758, the original of which is in the Library of 
Congress at Washington. In this plan, somewhat crudely drawn, the British 
and Erench fleets are depicted as well as the landing of troops, skirmishes on shore, 
houses in flames, &c. There is an English plan of Annapolis Eoyal at the time of 
its surrender to the British in 1710. There are many plans of Halifax and its har- 
bour, some belonging -to the Erench period, when the name Chibucto (variously spelt) 
was given to it. An English plan (No. 3109) shows " the city and fortifications of 
Louisburg " at the date of its capture (17th June, 1745) by an expedition from New 
England aided by an English fleet. "A New Map of Nova Scotia and Cape Breton 
Island, with the adjacent parts of New England and Canada," published by Sayer 
& Bennett, of London, in 1775, bears the name of Thomas Jefferys, Geographer Eoyal 
to the King, who claims to have " regulated it by many new astronomical observa- 
tions." Military plans and also geological ones are numerous. 

NEW BEUNSWICK. 

Maps and plans of the Erench period are comparatively few. One of these is a 
map of the Baie des Chaleurs made in 1724 by M. L'Hermitte, Eoyal Engineer. 
There are plans of St. John and its harbour dating back to 1784. A plan of the Eiver 
St. John is given (No, 3443) "whereon are delineated the several allotments of land 
granted, and laid out to be granted, to loyal emigrants and disbanded corps, done- 
under the orders and directions of His Excellency Governor Parr." Map 3491 shows 



the route of H. M. 85th Kegiment from Fredericton to Canada, the various claimed 
boundary lines, roads, &c., and is a memorial of a time when the boundary between 
the State of Maine and Canada was still a matter of controversy and anxiety. 
Military, geological and public service plans of various kinds make up a large part 
of the list. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Among the maps of Newfoundland is found a chart of the island with the rocks 
and soundings, drawn from surveys made under orders from the Admiralty by James 
Cook, the celebrated navigator, and Michael Lane. There is a chart of the coast by 
Des Barres, as well as maps of the Harbours of St. Johns and Placentia by Bellin 
(Petit Atlas Maritime), &c. 

MANITOBA, ALBEKTA, SASKATCHEWAN, BRITISH COLUMBIA AND 

YUKON. 

The maps of these provinces consist chiefly of government, railway, and geo- 
logical surveys of comparatively recent date. 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 

This section consists chiefly of maps made by different departments of the 
Dominion government. A few only antedate Confederation. The Admiralty Charts, 
however, of the River St. Lawrence between Quebec and Kingston, and also the plans 
accompanying Lieut. PhiUpotts' reports (1840 and 1841) on " the Inland Navigation 
of the Canadas," are included under this head. 

TRANSPORTATION, RAILWAYS AND CANALS, ETC. 

The maps and plans in this section throw light on the development of internal 
communications by land and water in Canada. An early condition of things is 
exhibited in a map (No. 3821) " showing the line of road by which the mail passes 
from Fredericton to Quebec, with the different stage houses on the said road. No. 
3823 gives a list of railways as existing in 1853, and later sketches bring the statistics 
of the subject practically down to the present time. 

BOUNDARY MAPS. 

Under this head are included a certain number of coast maps, as well as boundary 
maps in the more ordinary sense. The boundaries of Quebec, according to the Royal 
Proclamation of Yth October, 1763, are shown in map 3883, founded on " the French 
Surveys Connected with those made after the War. By Captain Carver, and Other 
Officers in His Majesty's Service." A number of maps and sketches in this section 
bear on the Maine boundary question, and others on that of the dividing line between 
Lower Canada and New Brunswick. Map 3940 shows " Canada divided into counties 
and ridings as per Union BiJl." 



MISSISSIPPI VALLEY MAPS. 

As the French dominions in North America extended at one time to the mouth 
of the Mississippi several of the maps in this section are of French origin. Map 
3999 is a copy of one made by the explorer JoUiett; others show the travels of La 
Verendrye. There are also sketches made by Major P< McKellar, R.E., of the battle 
on the Monongahela (9th July, 1755) in which General Braddock lost his life; while 
others relate to the war of 1812. 

FOREIGN MAPS. 

These de not call for special remark. The maps from Nos. 4047 to 4071. inclusive, 
are zincographs of different localities in South Africa made by the Intelligence Divi- 
sion of the War Office in connection with the Boer war. 

ATLASES. 

Among the Atlases will be found copies of those, appended to the cases and the 
counter cases of the British and United States governments respectively in the 
Alaskan Boundary Arbitration ; also " The English Pilot," published in 1775, embrac- 
ing 30 maps and charts ; " The North American Pilot," published in the same year 
{by Sayer & Bennett of London, '' being a collection of sixty accurate charts and 
plans drawn from original surveys " ; the charts of Vancouver, 16 in number, pub- 
lished in 1798; the Petit Atlas of Bellin, Vol. I., published in 1764, with many 
others. 

It should be stated that the present catalogue represents the collection of 
maps, plans, &c., as it existed at the close of the year 1910, since which time con- 
siderably over a thousand maps have been added. These include Arrowsmith's map 
" exhibiting all the new discoveries in the interior parts of North America," with 
accompanying astronomical data, published in 1749; a scarce collection entitled 
" Plans des Principales Cites de I'Univers," Amsterdam by Danker Dankets ; the A. L. 
Pinart collection of maps of New York, Boston, Montreal, Quebec and Louisburg 
from 1651 to 1731 ; a number of maps from London and Paris connected with the 
early history of the country ; also a considerable number of " separates " among 
which are to be found one of " Nouvel Amsterdam en Amerique," dated 1672, 
together with maps of Fort Pontchartrain, Placentia, Detroit, and various other 
places of which frequent mention is made in early Canadian history. 

In a supplement, which will be published in due course, these will be included, 
as well as other maps found in the manuscript collection, and- in printed books, 
many of which possess great interest and value. 



CATALOGUE OF MAPS 

IN THE 

DOMINION ARCHIVES 



WORLD MAPS. (1) 

1. Map of Juan de la Gosa, A.D., 1500. 

Coloured facsimile of the original, published in 1892, by the Spanish Govern- 
ment, in connection with the four hundredth anniversary of the Discovery of 
America by Columbus. 72 x 37^. See Appendix A. 

2. World Map of A. D. 1544. (The Sebastian-Cabot Map). 

Eeduced by photography to a littk less than half-size. From a negative 
taken from the original at Paris by order of the Minister of Agriculture and 
Statistics. 37 x 2-3J. See Appendix B. 

3. Carte Reduite du Globe Terrestre. Echelle de Lieues, l,500=2i pouces Angloises. 

13i X 8|. Coloured print. From Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le S^ Bellin, 
Ingenieur de la Marine, 1764. 

4. Map of the Worlds. Submarine Cables and Principal Telegraph Lines. 

Telegraph and Signal Service. Department of Public Works, Dominion of 
Canada. Sir Hector L. Langevin, C.B., K.C.M.G., Minister of Public Works. F. 
N. Gisborne, M.I.T.E.E.— F.E.S.C. &c., Superintendent. 

References. 

Projected by F. K Gisborne. Drawn by Gust. Smith, 1883. 39^ x 25J. 

Lithographed by Desbarats & Co., Montreal. 

5. Chart of the World showing New Route through Canada between England, China, 

Japan, Australasia and the East. 

Published by order of the Hon. John Carling, M.P., Minister of Agriculture. 
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa, Canada, April, 1886. 

Table of distances. 431 x 22^. 

6. The Oldest Map with the Name America of the year 1507 and the Carta Marina 

of the year 1516 by M. Waldseemiiller (Ilacomilus). Edited with the assistance 
of the Imperial Academy of Sciences at Vienna by Prof. Jos. Fischer S.J. and 
Prof. Fr. R. v. Wieser. 

Innsbruck. Wagner'sche Universitiits — Buchandlung. 1903. 

Sole Agents for The British Empire and America, Henry Stevens, Son & 
Stiles, 39 Great Russell Street, London. 

CONTEXTS OF ATLAS. 

I. The Wolfegg collective volume. 

II. The Map of the World of 1507. 

III. The Carta marina of 1516. 

IV. The Sources of Waldseemiiller. 

A. The World-map of 1507. 

B. The Carta marina of 1516. 

V. The Influence of the two Maps. 
Synoptic Tables. 

A. Africa. 

B. America. 
Water-marks of the two maps. 

C) NOTE.— Throughout this volume, the exact text of the titles of the maps, in regard 
to spelling, punctuation, &c., has been faithfully followed. 
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The ' Ex libris ' Schoner. 

Manuscript World-map of Henricus Glareanus (ca. 1510) in the University- 
library at Munich. 

The western hemisphere of J. Stobnicza 1512. 

The eastern hemisphere of J. Stobnicza 1512. 

The Globe of Waldseemiiller of 1507 in the Hauslab-Liechtenstein Collection 
at Vienna. 

The World-map of Petrus Apianus of 1520. 

The World-map of Joh. Honterus. 

The signature of Waldseemiiller (from the letter to Joh. Amerbach dat. 
April 1^^ 1507. 

NORTH AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, UNITED STATES AND WEST INDIA 

ISLANDS. 

7. America Pars Borealis. Covens. Amsterdam, 1593. Coloured print from 

Atlas F. 

8. New England. The most remarqueable parts thus named by the high and mighty 

Prince Charles, Prince of great Britain. Observed and described by Captayn 
John Smith. 1614. 

Scale of leagues, 6 = 1 inch. 14 x 11. 

Uncoloured tracing. 

9. Tracing from the Map published by Sir William Alexander in 1624, annexed 

to his work entitled " Encouragement to Colonies." 13* x 9|. Uncoloured tracing. 

10. Plan of Part of New France and New England. Traced from Purchas His 
Pilgrimes. Vol. IV. Pub^^ 1625. J. Arrowsmith. 1872. 

11. The Map and Description of New England together with a Discourse of Plan- 
tations and Colonies. Sir William Alexander, 1630. Scale, 150 English leagues 
= 4^ inches. 9^ x 12|. Uncoloured tracing. 

12. Amerique Septentrionale Par N. Sanson d' Abbeville. Geog. du Eoy A Paxis 

Chez I'Auteur Et chez Pierre Mariette, rue S* lacques a I'Esperace, 1650. Auec 
priuilege du Eoy pour vingt Ans. 22 x 15|. Coloured print. 

13. Extract from a Map of " Novi Belgii. Quod nunc Novi Jorck vocatur. Novae 
Anglia? & Partis Virginise. Accuratissimxa et Novissima Delineati." (Published 
by John Ogilby, London, 1671). 5x8 inches. Uncoloured tracing. 

14. L' Amerique Septentrionale divisee en ses Principales Parties sgauoir Les Terres 
Arcticques, Le Canada, ou Nouvelle Prance, Le Mexique ou Nouvelle Espagne, 
Le Nouveau Mexique, Les Isles de Terre Neuve, de Calif ornie et Antilles, oii 
sont distingues les uns des autres Les Etats comme ils sont possedes presente- 
ment par les Frangois, Castillans, Anglois, Suedois, Danois, et par les Estats 
Generaux des Provinces Vnies ou Hollandois. Tiree des Relations de toutes ces 
Nations. Par le S'' Sanson Geographe ordinaire du Roy. 1674. 

Second title. Amerique Septentrionale divisee en ses principales parties, ou 
sont distingues les vns des autres Les Estats, suivant qu'ils appartiennent pre- 
sentement aux Francois, Castillans, Anglois, Suedois, Danois, Hollandois. Tires 
des Relations de toutes ces Nations. Par le S'' Sanson, Geographe Ordinaire du 
Roy. Presentee A Monseigneur Le Davphin, Par son tres-humble, tres-obeissant 
et tres fidele Seruiteur Hubert laillot. 

Milles pas Geometriques ou rallies d'ltalie 900 to 4^ inches. 



Lieiies Communes de France 175 to 4| inches. 
Lieiies Communes d'Espagne 275 to 4i inches. 
Milles Communs d'Angleterre 720 to 4^ inches. 
Lieiies d'une heure de chemin 300 to 4i inches. 
Lieiies Communes de Mer 175 to 4 inches. 35 x 23^. 

A Paris Chez H. laillot joignant les grands Augustins, aux deux Globes. 
Auec Priuilege du Roy pour Vingt Ans 1674. Coloured print from plate. 

15. Nouvelle Carte Particuliere de TAmerique ou sont exactement marquees la Nou- 
velle Bretagne, le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, la Nouvelle Ecosse, la Nouvellc 
Angleterre, la Nouvelle York; la Pensilvanie, Mary-Land, la Caroline Septen- 
trionale. Tile de Terre N^euve, le Grand Banc &c. Popple. (1680). 20^ x 22^. 

Coloured print, from Atlas F. 

16. Plan Particulier du Fort et des G-raues et Habitations de Plaisance. 

Fait aplaisance le 20 7bre 1699. Remarks and census. Ihermitt. 
Echelle de Cent cinquante Thoisers=8| pouces Anglais. 60 x 55. 
Coloured MS., copy of a plan in the Depot des Fortifications des Colonies a 
Paris. 

Carton is^° 2. Piece N° 109. 

17. New England. 

By Dr. Cotton Mather, from the first settlement in the year 1620 to 1698, 
published 1702. 91 x 10. 
Uncoloured tracing. 

18. Carte Particuliere de Plaisance et des Enuirons. 

References. Plan du Fort de Plaisance ,et des Enuirons. Ihermitt aplai- 
sance ce 14e 8bre 1709. 

]Sr° d'Ordre 119. Depot des Fortifications des Colonies. (Carton N° 2. 
Piece N° 115). Copie par J. Juteau-del. (Courbevoie). CoUationne par Ch. 
Beauchesne. 

Echelle de Cent vingt toizes=7| pouces Anglais. 50 x 28^. 

Coloured MS., copy of a plan in the Depot des Fortifications des Colonies 
a Paris. 

19. Le Plan de I'Habitation de Charles Mahler Encien habitant de la Colonie de 
plaisence en lisle de Terre Neuue Receueur de S. A. Sa Monseigneur Lamiral & 
Colonel de la Milice decede en 1710. Rendue aux anglois par le traitte de paix 
de 1714. 19 x 14i. 

Coloured MS. copy of a plan in the depot des Fortifications des Colonies a 
Paris. No. d'Ordre 118. Depot des Fortifications des Colonies. (Carton No. 2 
Piece N° 118). Copie par J. Juteau del. (Courbevoie). CoUationne par Ch. 
Beauchesne. 

20. Carte Particuliere de I'Amerique Septentrionale. A Map of the British Empire 
in America with the French, Spanish, and Hollandish Settlements, adjacent 
thereto by Henry Popple, at Amsterdam. Printed for I. Covens and O. Mortier. 
Certificate by Edm. Halley. 20 x 21. Coloured print from Atlas F. 

21. Entree de la Riuiere Choueguen ou des Onontague Scituee au sud du Lac On- 
tario. With References, fait aquebec ce 11 Octobre 1726. Chaussegros de 
Lery. 

Echelle de 300 Toises au 6 pouces Anglais. 5| x 12. 

Uncoloured print. Copy of original in the depot des Fortifications bearing 
the stamp — Depot des Colonies Frangaises. 11 8bre 1726. IS[° d'ordre 530. 
It shews the site of the proposed post, &c. 

22. Entree de la Riviere Choueguen, Scituee par les 43° 47' 24" de latitude au Sud 
du lac Ontario avee les plans et Elevation de la Redoutte que les Anglois y ont 
233— li 



fait construire en I'annee 1727. Ce Plan a ete leve sur les lieux en 1749 par ordre 
de M. le Marquis de la Galissonniere, commandant Gn'al en Canada par le Sr 
de Lery, fils, officier d'Infanterie en faisans les fonctions d'lngenieur au dit Pays 
et remis au depot par le meme officier en 1752. 

Echelle de cent vingt toises au 3| pouces anglois. Hi x 12|. 

Uncoloured MS. copy of a plan in the Depot des Fortifications, bearing the 
stamp — Depot des Cartes et jour, de la marine. 1749. N° d'ordre, 534. 

23. Entree de La Riuiere Choueguen scituee a La Cote du Sud du Lac Frontenac 
avec Le Plan et Elevation de la Redoute a machicoulis que les Anglois ont fait 
construire a Lentree de la riuiere Choueguen avec magonnerie de moelons et terra 
glaise. fait a montreal ce 17® juillet 1727. Chaussegros de Lery. 

Echelle de 300 Toises au 6f pouces anglais. 16| x lOJ. 
Voir F. 49^i^ p. 570. De Lery au President du Conseil de Marine 
; Coloured MS. copy of a plan in Paris. 

24. A Plan of the City of New York from an actual Survey Made by lames Lyne. 

To His Excellency lohn Montgomerie Esq. Cap* Gen^ and Gov' in Chief 
of His Majestes Provinces of New York New Jersey. This Plan of the 
City of New York is humbly Dedic'^. by Your Excellency's Ob*, and most humble 
Servl, W"\ Bradford. 

References. Arms of the City, Col. Rob*. Lurting Mayor 1728. 

Scale, 600 feet to 21 inches. 28 x 18. 

Facsimile of an original Map in the possession of G. B. Smith, Street Com- 
missioner. Pub'^'. by G. Hayward, Lithographer, N°. 48 Nassau S*. New York. 

L^neoloured print. 

25. A Map of the British and French Settlements in North America. Univ. Mag. 
J. Hinton, Newgate Street. Inset of Fort Frederick at Crown Point built by 
the French 1731. 15 x 12^. 

Coloured print. S. 

26. Elevation de la maison qui appartient aux anglais scituee a I'Entree de la 
riviere de choueguen qui a le corps de la maison de pierre et le machicoulis de 
hois de Chesne, fait au camp devant Choueguen le 14 juilletta 1739, Chaussegros de 
Lery. Echelle de 50 Pieds au Si pouces anglois. 16^ x 20|. 

14 juillet 1739. N° d'Ordre, f31. Coloured MS. copy of plan in the Depot 
des Colonies francaises. 

27. Carte de I'Ocean Occidental et Partie de L'Amerique Septentrionale. Dresses 
pour I'intelligence du Journal du "Voyage. Que le R. P. de Charlevoix de la 
Compagnie de Jesus a fait en 1720 au Canada, a la Louisiane et a San Domingue. 

' Par N. Bellin, Ingenieur de la Marine, 1744. 

Echelle, 120 lieues de France au un pouce Anglois, 144 x 9|. 
Coloured print from Atlas F. 

28. Entree de la Riuiere Choueguen. 

Scituee par les 43 Degres, 47 minutes, 24 secondes de Latitude au Sud du 
Lac Ontario, avec les Plans et Eslevation de la Redoutte que Les Anglais y ont 
fait construire en Lannee 1727. Leve le 16 7bre 1749. Par Le Sieur De Lery. 
officier des troupes et jngenieur en Canada, fait a Quebec le 8 octobre 1749. 
Lery fils. Echelle de 200 Toises au 5f pouces anglois, llj x 12|. Uncoloured 
copy from a map in the Depot des Fortifications bearing the stamp of the Depot 
des Colonies francaises. 

29. Plan of Fort Stanwise. 

Scale of 50 Feet to an Lich. 121 x 16*. (1750.) 
Uncoloured copy from M series. 



30. North America, Performed under the Patronage of Louis Duke of Orleans, First 
Prince of the Blood, By the Sieur D'Anville. Greatly Improved by W. Bolton. 
Engraved by R. W. Seale. MDCCLII. lU x 1(H. 

Uncoloured litho. 

31. Plan of the Boroughs of Braddock and North Braddock, Pennsylvania, showing 
the location of the Field of Battle of July ^'h 1755. The location of Battle 
Field and Road shown here is based on a study of the ground in connection 
with the two maps made by Pat. Mackellar, Engineer with Braddock's Army, and 
the plan from Winsor's " Narrative and Critical History," Volume 5, Page 499, 
and the Carnegie, McCandless Co's Property Map of 1S73 showing contours of 
the bottom land in the vicinity of the road. Located by Sydney Dillon, Chief 
Engineer, Carnegie Steel Co's. Edgar Thomson Works. Braddock, Pa. 

K'ote— This Map corresponds to Mackellar's Map No. 1. Scale, 600 Feet 
to an Inch. Contours are approximate. Feb. 3, 1909. 

Sheet No. 1. — The following notes are taken from MacKellar's Map No. 1. 
entitled: 'A Sketch of the Field of Battle of July 9*^, upon the Monongahela, 
seven miles from Fort Duquesne, shewing the disposition of troops when the 
action "began.' 

(Here follow the references.) Pat. Mackellar, Eng'r. Delineated by Thomas 
F. Graham and L. H. Park. 18^ x 14. 

Sheet No. 2. Title, scale, dimensions, the same as Sheet No. 1. 

The following notes are taken from MacKellar's Map No. 2. entitled: 'A 
Sketch of the Field of Battle, shewing the disposition of the Troops about 2 
o'clock, when the whole of the main Body had joined the Advanced and Working 
partys, then beat back from the ground they occupied as in Plan No. 1. (Here 
follow references.) 

32. A Map of the Middle British Colonies in North America. First Published by 
M'. Lewis Evans, of Philadelphia, in 1755 ; and since corrected and improved, as 
also extended, with the Addition of New England, and bordering parts of Canada; 
from Actual Surveys now lying at the Board of Trade. By T. Pownall, MP., 
with a Topographical Description of such Parts of North America as are con- 
tained in this Map. Printed and Published according to Act of Parliament 
for J. Almon in Piccadilly, London. March 25^^ 1776. Dedicated to the Honour- 
able Thomas Pownall by L. Evans, with notes. Lists of Townships of the various 
Provinces, Tables of Distances, &c. Inset ' A Sketch of the Remaining Part of 
the Ohio, &c.' 

Scale, 35 miles to one inch. 33| x 21. 

Coloured print from Faden's North American Atlas, (Atlas K), published 
by Jefferies, 1776. 

33. Partie de TAmerique Septent. qui comprend La Nouvelle France ou le Canada, 

Par le S'" Robert de Vaugondy Geogr. Ordinaire du Roy Avec Privilege 1755. 
Supplement Pour les Lacs du Canada. 

Echelle, Lieues Marines 120=31 inches. 

Coloured print from Atlas F. 

34. Extract from a Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, 

By Jn°. Mitchell. Note by John Pownall, Secy, to Trade and Plantations. 
Plantation Office. Feby. 13^^ 1755. W. J. Stone. 

Scale, 100 miles=3 inches. 13i x 13J. Uncoloured litho. 

35. Extract from ' Map of the Middle British Colonies in North America '. First 
published by Mr. Lewis Evans, of Philadelphia, in 1755, and since corrected and 
improved also extended, with addition of New England and bordering parts of 
Canada, from actual Surveys now lying (at) the Board of Trade. By T. 



Pownall, M.P., with a Topographical Description of such parts of North America 
as are contained in this Map. Printed and published according to Act of Par- 
liament, for J. Almon, in Piccadilly, London, March 25, 1776. 14| x 17. 
Coloured tracing. 

36. A Plan of Oswego on Lake Ontario from an Actual Survey made by order of His 

Excellency Major General Shirley, by Wm. Alexander, Secretary to His Excy. 
Endorsed— in Maj^ Genl Shirley's Letter of Sept. 19"\ 1755. 
Scale, 5 chains to 1^ inches. 18| x 12^. 
tTncoloured tracing from M series. 

37. A Plan of Fort Oswego at Oswego on Lake Ontario. With References. In Major 
General Shirley's Letter of Sept. 19^'S 1755. 

Scale, 4 fathoms to 1^ inches. 10| x 14|. 
tTncoloured tracing, from M series. 

38. Plan of Oswego and Forts Shewing the State of that Garrison as it was the 

28'!^ May 1756. 

Scale, 50 fathoms to one inch. 16 x 13. 
Coloured tracing, from M series. 

39. A Sketch of the Provinces of New York, New Jersey, Pensilvania, Maryland 
and Virginia shewing the Line of Forts lately built on the Frontiers of those 
Colonies and their Situation with respect to the French Forts on the Ohio and 
Lake Erie. Also the Route from Albany to Oswego, with the Forts built and to 
be built for its security. 

Drawn by Order of His Excellency General Shirley, by William Alexander, 
Sec^', and Copy'd. by M-. Bartman. (1756.) With explanations. 
Scale, English miles, abput 32^=1 inch. 17| x 14. 
Coloured MS. from M series. 

40. A Map of that part of America which was the Principal Seat of War in 1756. 

Scale, 35 English Miles=l inch. 14 x 9|. Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

41. Plan du siege des forts Choueguen et Ontario en 1756. D'apres un manuscrit 
du depot de Fortifications des Colonies. 

Echelle, 200 metres=li inches. 7J x 3-|. 

Copy from the Baby Collection, Laval University, Montreal. Uncoloured 
MS. 

42. Survey of Lake Champlain, by Brassier, 1762, with ' Particular plan of Lake 
George, 1756.' Coloured print from the American Military Pocket Atlas. 

43. Carte Reduite des Costes Orientales de I'Amerique Septentrionale. l""® Feuille 
con ten ant — 

risle Royale; I'Aceadie; la Baye Franr-oise; la Nouvelle Angleterrei et la 
Nouvelle Yore. Dressee an Depost des Cartes et Plans de la Marine Pour le 
Service des Vaisseaux du Roy. Par Ordre de M. de Machault Garde des 
Sceaux de France, Ministre et Secretaire d'Etat ayant le Departement de la 
Marine M.DCC.LVII. Par M. Bellin, Ingr. de la Marine et du Depost des 
Plans, de 1' Academic de Marine et de la Societe Royale de Londres. 

Inset. ' Plan du Llavre de Baston.' Seal of the Depot de la Marine. 35 
X 21^. L^ncoloured litho. 

44. Post designed for 150 Men with the Barracks for Officers and Men, to have Loop- 
holes to open on occasion for a second Fire over the inside Stockade, on the 
South West road of the Oneyda Lake, with a Profil. (1759). 



Scale for the Plan 40 feet to an inch; for the Profile, 30 feet to an inch. 
Coloured MS. from M series. 

45. A Plan of Fort Ontario Built at Oswego in 1759. Explanation and Remarks. 

Profile and Section. 

Scale of Plan, 200 feet to an inch ; of Profile, 10 feet to an inch. 32 x 23^. 

Endorsed Plan. The first intended figure was a Square, it has been changed 
to a Pentagone from the report of the Engineer, that it would best suit the 
ground. 

Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

46. Post for 150 Men on the North East end of the Oneyda Lake. With Section 
and Profil. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 13 x 17^. 1759. 
Coloured MS. from M series. 

47. Plan of Oswego, with a Projected Fort, for to contain 500 Men. References. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. May SV\ 1759. W. Brasier Delt. 17| x 13|. 
■Coloured MS. from M series. 

48. A Plan of Pittsbourough. References and Profile. 

Scale, for Plan 100 feet to an inch; for Profile, 30 feet to an inch. 1759. 
22| X 191. 

Coloured tracing, from M series. 

49. Plan of the Fort St. Augustine. 

Scale, 30 feet to an inch for the Plan and Sections. 27| x 27|. With Refer- 
ences. By Philip Pittman 15th Regim^, (1763). 
Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

50. A New Map of North America from the Latest Discoveries. 1763. Ul x 10.|. 

Coloured print from Atlas F. 

51. Plan de la Ville de Boston. 

Echelle de deux Mille Toises.=3^ pouces Anglois. 6^ x 9. 
Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

52. Carte de la Baye de Baston, Situee dans la Nouvelle Angleterre. Echelle de deux 
Lieues Communes.=2^ pouces Anglois. 7x9. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

53. Plan de la Baye Saint Louis dans I'lsle de St-Domingue. Echelle de Cinq Cent 

Toises.=2f6 pouces Anglais. 14 x 9. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

54. Plan de la Baye de S^ Yago dans I'lsle de Cube. 

Echelle de Mille Toises.=l| pouces Anglais. 7x9. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. ' Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

55. Entree de la Baye de S^ Yago, dans I'lsle de Cube. 

Echelle de Quatre Cent Toises.=l| pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 



56. Carte des Bayes du Mesle, des Flamands et de Cavaillon dans I'lle de S*. 
Domingue. 

Echelle d'une demie Lieue Commune.=lJ pouces Anglais. 13 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

57. Carte des Isles Bermiides ou de Sommer. 

Tire de I'Anglois. Echelle de deux Lieues Communes de Trance.^^S pouces 
Anglois. 13 X 8^. 

Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

58. Carte de L'Amerique et des Mers voisines. 

Echelle de Lieues Marines, 500^=1 ts pouces Anglois. 12 x 18. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
die la Marine, 1764. 

59. Ville de Manathe ou Nouvelle-Yorc. 

Echelle de Cent Toises.=25 pouces Anglois. 7x9. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

60. Baye et Port d'Yorc Capitale de la Nouvelle Yore. 

Echelle de Deux Lieues Communes=l| pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

61. Baye et Ville de Bayaha ou Port-Dauphin dans I'lsle de S*. Domingue. 

Echelle de Quinze Cent Toises=2A pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

62. Plan de la Ville de Port Royal. 

Echelle de Cent Toises=2i pouces Anglois. 6x8. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

63. Port et Ville de Porto-Rico dans I'lsle de ce nom. 

Echelle de Quatre Cent Toises=l| pouces Anglais. 13 x 18f. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

64. Ville de S. Domingue dans I'lsle de ce Nom. 

Echelle de Deux Cent Toises^lf pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

65. Ville du Cap dans I'lsle de SK Domingue. 

Echelle de Deux Cent Toises=2;J pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

66. Carte de la Virginie, Mari-land &c. 

Tiree des meilleures Cartes Angloises. 

Echelle de 25 Lieues Communes.=2 pouces Anglois. 12 x 8. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
die la Marine, 1764. 

67. Cartes des Isles Lucayes. Par M. B., Ingr. de la Marine. 

Echelle de Lieues Marines, 100=7| pouces Anglois. 11 x 9. 



Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

68. Carte des Havres de Kingstown et de Port Royal. 

Echelle d'une Lieue Marine de Prance de 2853 Toises=3| pouces Anglois. 
12 X 81 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

69. Plan de la Ville de Kingston. 

Echelle de Deux Cent Toises=2i pouces Anglois. 12 x 8. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

70. Carte des Isles situees au Nord de S^ Domingue Avec les Passages pour le 
retour appelles Debouquemens. 

Echelle de Quinze Lieues Communes=2 pouces Anglois. 15 x 9. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

71. La Louisiane et Pays Voisins. 

Echelle de Cent Lieues Communes.^l| iwuees Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

72. Le Port Marianne dans I'Isle de Cnbe. 

Echelle de Six Cent Toises^l|- pouces Anglois. 6i x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

73. Carte de la Nouvelle Georgie. 

Echelle de Lieues Communes, 15= 11 pouces Anglois. 6 x 8J. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
die la Marine, 1764. 

74. Carte de la Nouvelle Angleterre, New York, Pensilvanie et Nonveau Jersay, 

Suivant les Cartes Angloises. 

Echelle de Vingt Cinq Lieues Communes^2:^ pouces Anglois. 15 x 13. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

75. Cartes des Isles de S*. Pierre et de Miquelon. 

Echelle de Deux Lieues Communes.=l| pouces Anglois. 7 x 9» 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

76. Carte des Isles de Miquelon et de S*. Pierre et la Coste de Terre-neuve voisine. 

Echelle de Cinq Lieues Communes.^lf inches. 7x9. 

Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

77. Baye de Matance dans I'Isle de Cube. 

Echelle de Seize Cent Toises.=l| pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764, 

78. Plan de La Nouvelle Orleans. 

Echelle de 150 Toises=2i pouces Anglois. 12 x 9. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 



10 

79. Plan de la Baye de Pensacola dans la Floride. 

Eehelle d'une Lieue Commune=| pouce Anglais. 6| x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

80. Plan de la Rade et Ville du Petit Goave dans I'lsle de S;'. Domingue. 

Eehelle de Quatre Cent Toises=2 pouces Anglais. 12 x 9. 
Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

81. Plan de Philadelphie et Environs. 

Eehelle d'Une Lieue Commune=2| pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

82. Plan des Havres de Port Antonio et de Saint Frangois Situes a la Coste du Nord 
Est de I'Isle de la Jamaique. 

Eehelle de neuf cent Toises=3| pouces Anglais. 6x9. 

Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

83. Le Port au Prince, dans I'Isle de S^ Domingue. 

Eehelle de Neuf Cent Toises=2 pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

84. Plan du Port de S*. Augustin dans la Floride. 

Eehelle d'une Lieue Commune=l| pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

85. Plan du Port du Cap dans I'Isle de S*. Domingue. 

Eehelle de Huit Cent Toises=2| pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

86. Plan du Cul de Sac des Roseaux dans I'Isle de S^^ Lucie 1763. 

Eehelle de Quatre Vingt Toises=14 pouces Anglais. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

87. Embouchures du Fleuve S\ Louis ou Mississipi. 

Eehelle de Huit Cent Toises=li pouces Anglois. 7x9. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

88. Cours du Fleuve Saint Louis, depuis ses Embouchures jusqu'a la Eiviere d'lber- 
ville, et Costes Voisines. 

Eehelle de dix Lieues Communes=2 pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

89. Carte des Isles des Vierges Par le S"". B., Ingr. de la Marine. 

Eehelle de Vingt Lieues Maritimes=l| inches. 10 x 8i. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieuj 
de la Marine, 1764. 

90. Partie des Isles Antilles. 1 & 2 Parties. 

Eehelle de Dix Lieues Communes=lT^g pouces Anglais. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 



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91. Petites Antilles ou Isles du Vent. 3e Partie. 

Echelle de Dix Lieues Coinmunes=lT% pouces Anglais. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

92. Les Petites Antilles ou Les Isles du Vent. 

Echelle de Trente Lieues Communes=li pouces Anglais. 6| x 9. 
Coloxired plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

93. Carte de I'lsle S'. Thomas I'TJne des Vierges. 

Echelle d'une Lieue Commune=2^ pouces Anglais. 14^ x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

94. Carte de I'lsle de Saint Vincent. 

Echelle de Trois Lieues Communes=2j pouces Anglais. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

95. Plan de la Rade et Port de L'Isle S^ Pierre. 

Echelle de cinq cent Toises=2J pouces Anglois. 12 x SJ. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

96. Carte de I'lsle S\ Pierre. 

Echelle d'une demie Lieue Commune=lii pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

97. Carte de I'lsle de Sainte Lucie. 

Echelle de Trois Lieues Communes^2 pouces Anglais. 13 x 8|, 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

98. Environs de Leogane et du Port au Prince dans I'lsle de S^ Domingue. 

Echelle d'une Lieue Commune=l| pouces Anglais. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

99. La Partie Francoise de I'lsle de Saint Domingue. 

Echelle de Lieues Communes de France 15^2 pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

100. Isle de Saint Domingue. 

Echelle de 15 Lieues Communes^lf pouces Anglois. 13-| x 8|-. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

101. Carte de I'lsle de S*. CHristophe. 

Echelle de Deux Lieues Communes de France=2i pouces Anglais. 12 x 8. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

102. Carte de I'lsle de Nieves. 

Echelle d'une Lieue Commune=3T;'V pouces Anglais. 6| x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 



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103. Carte de L'Isle de Mari-Galante. 

Echelle de Trois Lieues Conmiunes=2| pouces Anglois. 7x9. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764, 

104. Plan du Cul de Sac Royale de la Martinique. 

Echelle de Douze Cent Toises=l| pouces Anglais. 9x7. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

105. Partie Meridionale de la Martinique. 

Echelle de Deux Lieues Communes=2 pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

106. Suite du Cours du Fleuve S^ Louis, depuis la Eiviere d'lberville jusqu'a cells 
des Yasous, et les Parties connues de la Eiviere Eouge et la Eiviere Noire. 

Echelle de Dix Lieues Communes=2 pouces Anglois. 4x9. Avec des Ee- 
marques sur la Eiviere Eouge. Inset — Carte de I'Etablissement Erangois sur 
la Eiviere Eouge. 

Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

107. Carte de la Coste de la Floride depuis la Baye de la Mobile jusqu'aux Cayes de 
S^ Martin. 

Echelle de Lieues Communes 15=2 pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

108. Port et Ville de Charles-Town, dans la Caroline. 

Echelle de Trois Cent Toises=l^ pouces Anglois. 6 x 8^. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

109. Cartes des Environs du Cap Frangois et des Paroisses qui en dependent. 

Echelle de Trois Lieues Communes=3J pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

North Coast of the Isle of San Domingue. 

110. Plan du Port et du Carenage de Cariacoua Situe dans la Partie du Sud de 
I'Isle de S*. Vincent. 

Echelle de Trois Cent Toises=2J pouces Anglais. 9x7. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

111. La Caroline dans I'Amerique Septentrionale Suivant les Cartes Angloises. 

Echelle de Vingt Lieues Communes^l| pouces Anglois. 14 x 9. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

112. Carte Reduite du Golphe du Mexique et des Isles de I'Amerique. 

Echelle de Deux Cent Lieues Communes=;2i pouces Anglois. 12| x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

113. Port de la Havane dans I'Isle de Cube. 

Echelle de 500 Toises=l| pouces Anglois. 6| x 9. 



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Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Belliu, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

114. Plan de Tlsle a Vache a la Coste du Sud de S. Domingue. 

Echelle d'une Lieue Commune=2 pouees Anglais. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

115. Carte de I'lsle d'Antigue Situee par la Latitude 17 Degres et par la Longi- 
tude 64 Degres a TOccident de Paris. 

Echelle de Trois Lieues Communes de Franee=7i- pouees Anglais. 6 x 8^. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

116. Isle de Cube. 

Echelle de 25 Lieues Communes=lTl5 pouees Anglois. 13 x 8J. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

117. Carte de I'lsle de la Barbade. 

Echelle de deux Lieues Communes=lJ pouees Anglais. 6J x 8J. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
die la Marine, 1764. 

118. Isle de La Guadeloupe Les Salutes et Marie Galante. 

Echelle de Cinq Lieues Communes^2f pouees Anglais. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

119. Partie Occidentale de I'lsle de la Guadeloupe. Appellee la Basse Terre. 

Echelle de Deux Lieues Commune3=l|- pouees Anglais. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr BeUin, Ingenieur 
die la Marine, 1764. 

120. Partie Orientale de I'lsle de la Guadeloupe. Appellee la Grande-Terre. 

Echelle de Deux Lieues Comn:unes=l| pouees Anglais. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

121. Environs du Fort Louis de la Guadeloupe. 

Echelle de Deux Cent Toi3e3=pouce Anglais. 7x9. 

Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

122. Carte de I'lsle de la Grenade. 

Echelle de Trois Lieues Communes=2| pouees Anglais. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

123. Carte de I'lsle de la Jamaique. 

Echelle de Lieues Marines de France 8=1| pouees Anglois. 124 x 8J. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

124. Port et Fort Royal de la Grenade. 

Echelle de Cinq Cent Toises=l| pouees Anglais. 7x9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

125. Isle de la Martinique. 

Echelle de 5 Lieues conamunes=2| pouees Anglais. 14 x 9. 



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Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

126. Partie Septentrionale de la Martinique. 

Echelle de Deux Lieues Communes=2 pouces Anglais. 14 x 9. 
Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

127. Sketch of lot of ground containing 1000 Acres of land granted to Mr. Haye, 
relinguished to the King for Woodlands for the Garrison of Pensacola, 9"^ 
March 1765. ' 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 6| x lOj. 
Uncoloured tracing from B series. 

128. Plan de la Riviere et des Forts de Choueguen relatif a la reconnoissance que 
j'en ay fait le 25 Juillet 1756. 

Echelle de 200 Toises au 3 pouces angiois. 12 x 8|. 
A frontenac le 30 juillet 1756. De Combles. 

Copy of a map in the Depot des Fortifications bearing the stamp of the 
Depot des Colonies francaises. No. d'Ordre 837. 

129. A Plan of Captain Carver's Travels in the interior Parts of North America 

in 1766 and 1767, shewing the country between 84° and 98° longitude west, and 
^ latitude 42° and 49° north. 

Scale, British Miles 69| to a Degree. 13| x 10^. 
Coloured Print. 

130. An Accurate Map of North America Describing and distinguishing the British, 
Spanish and French Dominions on this Great Continent; According to the De- 
finitive Treaty Concluded at Paris 10^'^ FeV. 1763. Also all the West India 
Islands Belonging to, and possessed by the Several European Princes and States; 
The whole laid down according to the latest and Most authentick Improvements, 
by Eman Bowen, Geog'". to His Majesty and John Gibson Engraver. 1768. 

Scale, Geometrical miles 75=1 inch. 46 1 x 401. 

131. Plan and Elevation of a Pile of Barracks proposed to be built at S*. Augustine. 
1768. Endorsed S^ Augustine. In Major Gen\ Gage's (N° 23) of 7 Jan^'. 1769. 
Inclosure 1. Copy W""^. Brasier, 19^^ Octb''., 1768. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 27^ x 18^. 
Coloured tracing from M series. 

132. Plan du Port du Carenage ou Petit Cul de Sac de I'lsle S*^ Lucie. 

Echelle de Cinq Cent Toises=3 pouces Angiois. 7x9. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

133. Map of Massachussetts, about 1768. 16i x 13A. 

Coloured MS. from B series. 

134. Plan of the Stockade Fort at Pensacola representing it in its present State; 
with the proposed Situation for New Barracks. With Eeferences. E. Durnford, 
Engineer, (1768). 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 20 x 13|. 
Coloured MS. from B series. 

135. A Plan of New Orleans, with Eeferences. 

Scale, 100 Toises to an inch. 22^ x 11|. 

A Copy done y^ 1^ & 2"'^ of Jan^. 1769, by W. Brasier from a drawing of 
Lieu*. P. Pittman's of 15'^ Reg*., Engineer. 
Coloured MS. from M series. 



136. Sections of Buildings in proposed pile of Barracks for St. Augustine, 1769. 
19^ X 13i. 

Coloured tracing from M series. 

137. A Particular Plan of the Forts Nassau and Montagu and the two Batterys on 
the Island of New Providence Shewing the Repairs lately made to them by 
lohn Montresor, Engineer by Order of the Hon^^*". Thomas Gage Esq., Lieu*. 
General and Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in isorth America 
<fcc., Xew York IS*'^ August 1770. 

References. John Montressor, Engineer. 

Scale, for Fort Montagu, 20 feet to an inch. 

Scale, for Fort Nassau, 40 feet to an inch. 23^ x 16|. 

Coloured MS. from M series. 

138. A Draught of the Harbour of New Providence and the circumjacent country, 
shewing, the situation of the Forts Xassau and Montagu, by Ino. Montresor, 
Engineer, by Order of the Hon'^^". Thomas Gage Esq""., Major General and Com- 
mander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in Xorth America, <fcc. John Mont- 
resor, Engineer, (1770). 

Scale, 1 Mile to 5 inches. 21^ x 12|. 
Coloured tracing from M series. 

139. Plan of the Town and Harbour of New Providence in the Bahama's, with 
Fort Xassau and its Circumjacent Country, Surveyed in 1770 by lohn Mont- 
resor, Engin''.. by Order of the Hon^'". Thomas Gage, Esq., Major General and 
Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in Xorth America, &c. Refer- 
ences. 

Scale, 400 Feet to an inch. 24^ x 15^. 
Coloured tracing from M series. 

140. Plan of the Entrance of the Harbour of Pensacola, shelving the situation of 
the new Battery's laid out and begun Building in March 1771. With a note on 
the Construction of the Batterys. W^\ Brasier Fecit. T. Sower, Engineer, 1771. 

Scale of 440 Yards to an inch. 21J x 17^. 
Coloured tracing from M series. 

141. Plans, Elevation and Sections of one of the Piles of the new design'd Barracks, 
to be built for two Company's and Lodging the Officers at Pensacola. With a 
Xote on their accommodation. 

W™. Brasier fecit (1771). 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 21 x 16. 

Coloured tracing from M series. 

142. Plan and Section of the Mens Kitchens for the design'd Barracks at Pensa- 
cola. T. Sower, Engineer Wm. Brasier, (1771). 

Coloured tracing from M series. 

143. Convenient Houses and Look out at top, for the Barracks at Pensacola. T 
Sower, Engineer. Wm.. Brasier delt. (1771). 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 7| x llf. 
Coloured tracing from-M series. 

144. Plan, Section and Elevation of one of the Kitchens for Officers, for the de- 
sign'd Barracks at Pensacola. 

T. Sower, Engineer. W. Brasier delt. (1771). 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 7| x llf. 
Coloured tracing from M series. 

145. Plan and Section of the Upper and lower Batteries, Laid out and begun Build- 
ing 5^^ March 1771, for protecting the Harbour of Pensacola. Likewise the 



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Plans, Elevation and Section of the Block-houses for protecting the rear of the 
Batteries and for Lodging the Troops which are design'd to Guard the Batteries, 
and work the Guns. With References. 

W"'. Brasier Delt. T. Sower, Engineer, (1771). 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch for the Plan of the Batteries ; 20 feet to an inch 
for the Profile and the Block-house. I7i x 13 g. 
Coloured MS. from M series. 

146. General Plan of the Island of Castle William, Shewing its situation with 
respect to the adjacent Islands, with Sections. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch; of sections, 20 feet to an inch. 44^ x 30. 

A General and Particular Plan of the Island of Castle William near Boston. 
Shewing the Works in their Original and present state, together with Sections 
through the same. Carried on and Survey'd under the Direction of, and by lohn 
Montresor, Esq., Engineer Extraordinary and Cap*. Lieu*. By Order of the 
Hon^^^. Thomas Gage, Esq., Lieu*. General and Commander in Chietf of his 
Majesty's Forces in North America &c. New York. 16*^ Jan"., 1771. Eefer- 
ences. John Montresor, Com'^^. Engineer at N. York. 

To the Honourable Thomas Gage Esq. Lieutenant General and Commander 
in Chief of his Majesties Forces in North America &c. 

Coloured MS. copy of a plan, endorsed ' In L*. Gen^. Gage's (N°. 35) of 16 
Jan''., 1771,' from M series. 

147. Plan of Fort Chariot at Mobile. 

T. Sower, Engineer, 1771. 24^ x 20^-. 
Coloured MS. from M series. 

148. A Map of the most Inhabited part of New England. 

Containing the Provinces of Massachusets Bay and New Hampshire, with 
the Colonies of Conecticut and Rhode Island, Divided into Counties and Town- 
ships; The whole Composed from Actual Surveys and its Situation adjusted by 
Astronomical Observations. 

November 29"\ 1774. Published according to Act by Tho^. Jefierys, Geogra- 
pher to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales near Charing Cross. 

Scale, 1 inch=2 Miles. 39 x 43. 

In two sections. Coloured print from Jeffery's North American Atlas. 

149. North America, as divided amongst the European Powers. By Samuel Dunn, 
Mathematician. 18 x 12. 

London. Printed for Robt. Sayer, N". 53 in Fleet Street, 10 Jan"., 1774. 
Coloured Print, from the American Military Pocket Atlas. 

150. A Compleat Map of the West Indies, Containing the Coasts of Florida, Louisi- 
ana, New Spain, and Terra Firma : with all the Islands. By Samuel Dunn, 
Mathematician. London : Printed for Robt. Sayer, N°. 53 in Fleet Street ; 10 
January 1774. 

Scale, English Miles, 300=2i inches. 18 x 12. 

Coloured print from the American Military Pocket Atlas. 

151. An Accurate Map of North and South Carolina with their Indian Frontiers, 

Shewing in a distinct manner all the Mountains, Rivers, Swamps, Marshes, Bays, 
Creeks, Harbours, Sandbanks and Soundings on the Coasts ; with the Roads and 
Indian Paths; as well as the Boundary or Provincial Lines, the Several Town- 
ships and other divisions of the Land, in Both the Provinces; the whole from 
Actual Surveys by Henry Mouzon and others. 

London. Printed for Rob*. Sayer and J. Bennett, Map and Print-sellers, 
N°. 53 in Fleet Street. May 30*'', 1775. With Insets, and a print of the seal of 
the Lords Commissioners of Carolina, attached. In two sections. 



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Scale, 8 miles to one inch. 56 x 40. 

Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas. 

162. The Bay of Honduras. By Tho*. Jefferys Geographer to His Majesty. London. 
Kobert Sayer, N°. 53 in Fleet Street, 20 Feb^. 1775. 26J x 20f . 
Coloured print from American Atlas. 

153. A Chart of North and South America, including the Atlantic and Pacific 
Oceans, with the nearest Coasts of Europe, Africa, and Asia. In three sections, 
with references. London, Eol/. Sayer and J. Bennett, 10 June 1775. Each 
section, 43J x 18. 

Coloured prints from American Atlas. 

154. The Russian Discoveries, from the Map Published by the Imperial Academy of 
S^ Petersburg. London, Prirnted for Rob^ Sayer, March 2*^ 1775. 

Scale, 70 Sea Leagues to an inch. 24J x 19. 
Coloured print from The American Atlas. 

155. A Map of South America Containing Terra-Firma, Guyana, New Granada, 
Amazonia, Brasil, Peru, Paraguay, Chaco, Tucuman, Chili and Patagonia, from 
M''. d'Anville with Several Improvements and Additions, and The Newest Dis- 

' coveries. London. Robert Sayer, N". 53 Fleet Street, 20 September 1775. In 
two sections, each 47 x 20. 
Scale, 1 inch=125 Miles. 
Coloured print from The American Atlas. 

156. The Coast of West Florida and Louisiana. The Peninsula and Gulf of Florida 
or Channel of Bahama with the Bahama Islands. By Tho^. Jefferys Geographer 
to His Majesty. 

London. Rob*. Sayer, 20*'^ Feb^. 1775. 49 x 19. 

Coloured print from Jeffery's North American Atlas. Duplicate from The 
American Atlas. 

157. A Chart of the Straits of Magellan. Inlarged from the Chart Published at 
Madrid in 1769, by Don Juan de la Cruz Cano y Olmedilla of the Royal Academy 
of S^ Fernando, and Improved, from the Observations and Surveys of Cap*'^^. 
Byron, Wallis ,and Carteret compared with those of Mon^"". De Bougainville. 
London. Robert Sayer, 1^ July 1775. 28 x 20i. 

Coloured print from The American Atlas. 

158. Conrse of the River Mississipi, from the Balise to Fort Chartres ; Taken on an 
Expedition to the Illinois, in the latter end of the Year 1765. By Lieu*. Ross 
of the 34^^ Regiment: Improved from the Surveys of that River made by the 
French. 

London Printed* for Rob^ Sayer, N°. 53 in Fleet Street, 1 June 1775. 
Scale, 25 miles to 1 inch. 14 x 45. 

Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas. A similar plate in 
The American Atlas. 

159. A Map of Pennsylvania Exhibiting not only The Improved Parts of that Pro- 
vince, but also Its Extensive Frontiers : Laid down From Actual Surveys, and 
Chiefly from the late Map of W. Scull Published in 1770; and Humbly Inscribed 
to the Honourable Thomas Penn and Richard Penn Esquires, true and Absolute 
Proprietaries & Governors of the Province of Pennsylvania and the Territories 
thereunto belonging. 

London, Sayer and Bennett, 10 June, 1775. 
Scale, 11 miles=l inch. 53 x 27. 
Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas. 
233—2 R— 16 



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160. A Map of the most Inhabited part of Virginia containing the whole Province 
of Maryland with Part of Pensilvania, New Jersey, and North Carolina. Drawn 
by Joshua Fry & Peter Jefferson in 1775. 

Dedicated to Lord Halifax and the Board of Trade, By Thomas Jefferys. 
London, Sayer and Jefferys. 

In two sections. Scale, 10 miles to one inch. 48^ x 32 
Coloured print from Jefferys' North American Atlas. 

161. A Plan of Boston, and its Environs, shewing the true Situation of His 
Majesty's Army, and also those of the Eebels. Drawn by an Engineer at Boston, 
Ocf. 1775. With Keferences, Explanation, and a Note to the Public, stating— 
The principal part of this Plan was Survey'd by Eichard Williams, Lieutenant 
at Boston — and sent over by the Son of a Nobleman to his Father in Town, by 
whose Permission it is Published. 

London. Published as the Act directs, l^^^^ March, 1776, by Andrew Dury, 
Duke's Court, St. Martins Lane. 

Scale, 400 Yards to an Inch. 27^ x 20. 

Coloured print, from The North American Atlas, by W. Faden, 1776. 

162. A Chart of Delaware Bay and River, Containing a full & exact description 
of the Shores, Creeks, Harloours, Soundings, Shoals, Sands and Bearings of the - 
most considerable Land Marks, from the Capes to Philadelphia. Taken from 
the Original Chart Published at Philadelphia by Joshua Fisher. Engraved by 
William Faden, Charing Cross. With a Tide Table, Setting of Tides within the 
Capes, and a Certificate of correctness from the Pilots and Masters of Ships. 

London, Published according to Act of Parliament, March 12, 1776 : by W. 
Faden (Successor to the late M^ Jefferys) Corner of St. Martins Lane, Charing 
Cross. 

Scale English Miles, 5 to 1^ inches. Nautical Leagues, 1 to 1 inch. 29ix 29. 

Uncoloured print, from The North American Atlas, 1776. 

163. Part of a Map, shewing Long Island, and part of the Colonies of Conecticut 
and Massachusetts. 

Coloured print, from The North American Atlas, by W. Faden, 1776. 

164. The Provinces of New York, and New Jersey; with part of Pensilvania, and 
the Province of Quebec. Drawn by Major Holland, Surveyor General, of the 
Northern District in America. Corrected and Improved from the Original 
Materials, By Govern''. Pownall, Member of Parliament, 1776. 

London, E. Sayer, 1776. 

Insets. Hudson's Eiver, and City of New York. 21 x 53J. 

Coloured print from The American Atlas. 

165. A Chorographical Map of the Province of Nev/-York in North America, 
Divided into Counties, Manors, Patents and Townships; Exhibiting likewise all 
the private Grants of Land made and located in that Province; Compiled from 
Actual Surveys deposited in the Patent Office at New York, By Order of His 
Excellency Major General William Tryon, By Claude Joseph Sauthier, Esq'. 
London: Wm. Faden, (Successor to Tho^ Jefferys Geog'". to the King) Charing- 
Cross, January 1^* 1779. Dedication to M. G. Tryon. 

Scale, 5 miles to an inch. In 3 sections, each 55 x 24. 
Coloured print from American Atlas. 

166. The Province of New Jersey, Divided into East and West commonly called 
The Jerseys. Second Edition with considerable Improvements. Engraved & 
Published by W". Faden, Charing Cross, December 1^*, 1778. 

This Map has been drawn from the Survey made in 1769 by order of the 
Commissioners appointed to settle the partition Line between the Provinces of 



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Xew York &. Xew Jersey by Bernard Eatzer, Lieu*, in the 60*'^ Reg*, and from 
another large Survey of the Northern Parts in the possession of the Earl of 
Dunmore by Gerard Banker. The whole regulated and ascertained by Astro- 
nomical observations. 

In this Second Edition Great use has been made of several Military Surveys 
generously Communicated by Officers of the British Troops and of the Regiments 
of Hesse and Anspach. With Notes and Astronomical Observations. 

Scale, British Miles, 5 to | of an inch. 24 x 31|. 

Coloured print, from The North American Atlas, by W. Faden, 1776. 

167. A Sketch of the Operations of His Majesty's Fleet and Army under the Com- 
mand of Vice Admiral the R*. 11*^^''. Lord Viscount Howe and Gen^. S^ W"'. 
Howe, K.B., in 1776. References. 

DesBarres, 1779. 23^ x 20^. ^ 

Coloured print from Atlantic Neptune series. 

168. North America from the French of M*'. d'Anville Lnproved with The English 
Surveys made Since the Peace. 

London. Printed for Rob*. Sayer & J. Bennett, Map and Printsellers, N°. 
53 Fleet Street, as the Act directs 10 June 1775. 

Scales, Sea Leagues 20 to a Degree — 20 to f of an inch. 
English Miles, 100 to an inch. 22| x 20. 
Coloured print, from The American Atlas, 1776. 

169. A Map of the Middle British Colonies in North America. First Published by 
M'". Lewis Evans, of Philadelphia, in 1755 ; and since corrected and improved, 
as also extended, with addition of New England, and bordering Parts of Canada; 
from Actual Surveys now lying at the Board of Trade. By T. Pownall, MP., 
with a Topographical Description of such Parts of North America as are con- 
tained in this Map. Published March 25^^^ 1776. Inset Map — Sketch of Ohio 
R. &c. 

With a dedication to Thomas Pownall by Lewis Evans. 33^ x 21. 
Coloured print, from The American Atlas. 

170. The Seat of War in the Middle British Colonies, containing Virginia, Mary- 
land, the Delaware Counties, &c. 

A General Map of the Middle British Colonies, in America. Containing 
Virginia, Maryland, the Delaware Counties, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. With 
the addition of New York, and of the Greatest Part of New England, as also of 
the Bordering Parts of the Province of Quebec, improved from several Surveys 
made after the late War, and Corrected from Governor Pownall's Late Map. 
London: Printed for R. Sayer & J. Bennett, Map Chart and Printsellers, N°. 53 
Fleet Street, 15*^ Oct. 1776. 

Scale, British Statute Miles, 100=3fs inch. 26 x 20. 

Coloured print from American Military Pocket Atlas. 

171. The Seat of War, in the Northern Colonies, containing the Province of 
Quebec, Newfoundland, Nova-Scotia. New-England, New-York, New-Jersey, 
Pennsylvania, &c. A General Map of the Northern British Colonies in America, 
which comprehends the Province of Quebec, The Government of Newfoundland, 
Nova-Scotia, New-England, and New-York. from, the Maps Published by the 
Admiralty and Board of Trade. Regulated by the Astronomic and Trigonometric 
Observations of Major Holland, and Corrected from Governor Pownall's Late 
Map 1776. London. Printed for Rob*. Sayer & Jn°. Bennett, Map and Sea 
Chartsellers, N°. 53 Fleet Street, 14*^ August 1776. 

Scale, British Statute Miles, 200=3 tIj inches. 26 x 20. 
Coloured print from American Military Pocket Atlas. 
233— 2i 



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172. Province of New Hampshire. Observations and References. Inset of Town 
of Boston. 39 x 21J. 

Coloured print from American Atlas, 1776. 

173. Cape Smallpoint to Rodger's Bay. 

Scale of Nautical Miles, 4=6 inches. 10| x 13|. 

Uncoloured tracing from a chart published by J. F. W. DesBarres, Esq., 1776. 
(Cape Smallpoint is at the extremity of the mouth of the Kennebec River, 
Maine). 

174. The Seat of War, in the Southern British Colonies, comprehending North and 
South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida, &c. A General Map of the 
Southern British Colonies, in America, comprehending North and South Caro- 
lina, Georgia, East and West Florida, with the Neighboring Indian Countries. 
From the Mo tern Surveys of Engineer de Brahm, Capt. Collet, Mouzon & 
Others; and from the Large Hydrographic Survey of the Coasts of East and 
West Florida. By B. Romans, 1776. 

Insets. Plan of Charlestown; Plan of St. Augustine. 
London. Printed for R. Sayer and J. Bennett, N°. 53 Fleet Street. 
Scale, British Statute miles 100=21^5 inches. 26 x 20. 
Coloured print from the American Military Pocket Atlas. 

175. Chart of the Atlantic Ocean, Its Islands and the adjacent Continents: In 

which, The British Dominions in Europe and America, the West Indies, and 
on the African Coast are seen at one View: The Distances and Superficial Di- 
mensions retaining every where very nearly, their just Proportions. And The 
Rumbs, exactly delineated, shew the Nautical Courses from any Port to the 
Entrance of the British Channel, or between any two Ports proposed. Projected 
in the manner which is described and recommended by the Rev'^. P''. Murdoch, 
F.R.S. in Vol. L.— Part 2'^ N"^. 73 of the Philosophical Transactions; and en- 
graved by Tho^ Kitchin, Geographer, Engraver to His Royal Highness the Duke 
of York. London. Printed for A. Millar, opposite Katharine Street in the Strand. 
1776. Notes. 601 x 21|. 

Coloured print in two parts. 

176. Plan of the Town, Bar, Harbour, and Environs, of Charlestown in South 
Carolina, with all the Channels, Soundings, Sailing-marks &c. From the Sur- 
veys made in the Colony; Engraved by William Faden, Charing Cross, 1780. 

London. Published at the Act directs, June l'**, 1780, by W™. Faden, Charing 
Cross. 

Scale, 1 statute mile=l J inches. 29§ x 22. 
From The North American Atlas. 

177. A Map of the British Empire in North America. By Samuel Dunn, Mathe- 
matician, improved from the Surveys of Cap*. Carver. With a list of the Con- 
tents of the British Empire in North America. 

London, Printed for R. Sayer & J. Bennett, Map and Sea Chart sellers, No. 
53 Fleet Street, as the Act directs, Aug. 17th, 1776. 

Scale, British Miles, 200 to 1 inch. Sea Leagues, 60 to 1 inch. 13 x 20^. 
Coloured print, from The American Atlas. 

178. The British Colonies in North America. Engraved bv William Faden, 
DMCCLXXVII. 26 x 21|. 

Coloured print, from The North American Atlas, 1776. 

179. A New and Correct Map of North America, with the West India Islands. Di- 
vided According to the last Treaty of Peace, Concluded at Paris, lO*'^ Feb^. 1763. 
wherein are particularly Distinguished The Several Provinces and Colonies 



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which Compose the British Empire, Laid down according to the Latest Surveys, 
and Corrected from the Original Materials, of Cover''. Pownall, Mem^^ of 
Parlia°'S 1777. Explanations and notes of Clauses of the Treaty. 

London. Printed for Kobt. Sayer and Jno. Bennett, 15^^ Feby. 1777. 

Scale, Geometrical Miles, 75=1 inch, 46| by 40. 

180. Partie Orientale de L'Amerique Septentrionale. 1762. 

Echelle de Lieues Marines, 20=2| pouces Anglois. 15 x 9j. 
J. B. P. Tardieu, Sculp. 1777, Residant a Malines. 
TJncoloured print from Atlas F. 

181. A Topographical Chart of the Bay of Narraganset in the Province of New 
England, with all the Isles contained therein, among which Rhode Island and 
Connonicut have been particularly Surveyed, Shewing the true position & bear- 
ings of the Banks, Shoals, Rocks &c. as likewise the Soundings : To which have 
been added the several Works & Batteries raised by the Americans. Taken by 
Order of the Principal Farmers on Rhode Island. By Chas. Blaskowitz. En- 
graved and Printed for W". Faden, Charing Cross, as the Act directs, July 22'^ 
1777. 

Scale, li inches=l Mile. 25 x 37. 

Print from The American Atlas. , 4 

182. Mexico, Yucatan, Honduras and The Isthmus. 

London. Rob^ Sayer and Ju°. Bennett, 53 Fleet St., 15*'' Feb^. 1777. 
Scale, 120 Geometrical miles=l4 inches. 46 x 21. 
Coloured print, from The American Atlas. 

183. A Plan of Fort Montgomery and Fort Clinton, taken by his Majesty's Forces, 
under the Commaml of Maj''. Gen'. Sir Henry Clinton, K.B. Surveyed by Major 
Holland, Surv'. Genl &c. 

J. F. W. DesBarres, 1st Jan., 1779. 
Scale, 500 Feet to an Inch. 30 x 21. 
Coloured print from Atlantic Neptune series. 

184. A Sketch of the Operations Before Charlestown the Capital of South Caro- 
lina. 

With References to the positions of the land and sea forces. 

Des Barres 1780. 

Scale, 1 Statute Mile to 51 Inches. 30 x 21. 

Uncoloured print from Atlantic Neptune series. 

185. Carte Reduite des Cotes Orientales de L'Amerique Septentrionale. Contenant 
Celles des Provinces de New-York et de la Nouvelle Angleterre, celles de I'Aca- 
die ou Nouvelle Ecosse, de I'lle Royale, de I'lle S*. Jean, avec I'interieur du Pays. 
Dressee au Depot General des Cartes, Plans et Journaux de la Marine. Pour le 
Service des Vaisseaux Frangais Par Ordre de M. de Sartine, Conseiller d'Etat, 
Ministre et Secretaire d'Etat ayant le Departement de la Marine 1780. 34 x 23. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas G. 

186. Sketch of the Northern Frontiers of Georgia, extending from the Mouth of 
the River Savannah to the Town of Augusta, By Archibald Campbell Lieu*. 
Coll. 7ist jiegt_ Engraved by Will"'. Faden, Charing Cross. 1780. With Refer- 
ences. London. Published as the Act directs May 1^^ 1780 by W™. Faden corner 
of S*. Martins Lane Charing Cross. 

Scale, 1 Statute Mile to f of an Inch. 25^ x 29. 
Uncoloured print, from The North American Atlas. 

187. A Sketch of the Battle near Camden in South Carolina 16. Aug=* 1780. Des- 
Barres 1781. 



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Scale, 600 yards to Ij inches. 13 x Hi. 
Coloured print, from Atlantic Neptune series. 



188, A Map of South Carolina and a Part of Georgia, containing the Whole Sea- 
Coast; all the Islands, Inlets, Rivers, Creeks, Parishes, Townships, Boroughs, 
Roads, and Bridges; As also, Several Plantations, with their proper Boundary- 
Lines, their Names, and the Names of their Proprietors. ' Composed From Sur- 
veys taken by the Hon. Wm. Bull Esq. Lieutenant Governor, Capt. Gascoign, 
Hugh Bryan, Esq; and William De Brahm Esq. Surveyor General of the South". 
District of North America. Republished with considerable Additions, from 
Surveys made & collected by John Stuart, Esq'", His Majesty's Superintendent 
of Indian Affairs: By William Faden, Successor to the late T. Jeffreys, Geogra- 
pher to the King. Charing Cross. 1780. 

Scale, 5 miles to 1 inch. 2 sections, each 48 x 27. 
I^ncoloured print, from The American Atlas. 

189. Chart of Block Island and Vicinity. (Rhode Island). With Entrance to 
- Narragansett Bay. J. F. W. Des Barres, 1781. 214 x 30^. 

Tinted plate from Atlantic Neptune series. 

180. A Plan of the Entrance of Chesapeak Bay, with James and York Rivers; 

wherein are shewn the Respective Positions (in the beginning of October) 1° of 
the British Army Commanded By Lord Comwallis, at Gloucester and York in 
Virginia; 2" of the American and French Forces, under General Washington, 3° 
and of the French Fleet under Count de Grasse. By an Officer. Publish'd by 
W". Faden, Charing Cross, Nov''. 2&^^ 1781. 

Scale, 4 miles=l Inch. 20 x ISJ. 

Print from The American Atlas. 

191. Carte d'Amerique, Divisee en ses Principaux Pays. Dressee sur les Memoires 
les plus recents, et sur diiferents Voyages et assujettie aux observations Astrono- 
miques de M""^. de I'Academie Royale des Sciences. Par M. I' Abbe Clouet, de 
L'Academie Royale de Rouen, 1782. 

La America Dividida segun lo dila tado de sus principales partes cuyos 
puntos principales estan delineados sobre las ultimas observationes, Por el Sr 
Abad Clouet del Academia Real de las Sciencias. En Paris casa de L. Mond- 
hare calle de S. Yago, Y en Cadix casa de Mondhare, 1782. 

The Map set in a frame of 20 scenes delineating events of discovery and 
adventure, with one inset, entituled : " Nouvelle Decouvertes f aite a I'Ouest et 
an Nord-Ouest du' Canada par les Russes en 1731, avec celle que firent I'Amiral 
de Fonte et Bernada son Capitaine." 

192. A Plan of the Posts of York and Gloucester in the Province of Virginia, 

Established by His Majesty's Army under the Command of Lieu*. General Earl 
Cornwallis, together with The Attacks and Operations of the American & French 
Forces Commanded by General Washington and the Count of Rochambeau, 
Which Terminated in the Surrender of the said Posts and Army, on the 17** 
October 1781. 

Surveyed by Capt". Fage of the Royal Artillery. 

Scale of Feet 500=1 Inch. 40 x 29. 

Coloured print, published 4*^' June 1782, with Des Barres Atlantic Neptune 
series of charts. S. 

193. A Plan of Fort called The Fort of the Six Nations at Oswego on Lake On- 
tario. In Major Gen'. Shirley's Letter of Sept. 19*1^ 1755. 

References. Scale. 20 feet to an inch. 13J x I64. 
Uncoloured tracing, from M series. 



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194. This Map of Kentucke drawn from actual observation is inscrib'd with the 
most perfect respect to The Hon'^. the Congress of The United States of America ; 
to His Excellency G. Washington late Commander in Chief of their Army By 
their humble Servant lohn Filson. Explanation and notes. 

Scale 10 miles to an inch. 21 x 24. 

Endorsed: In Lord Dorchester's N°. 126, of 27 Aug^t 1789. 

Coloured ]VrS. from Q series. 

195. A New and Correct Map of the British Colonies in North America Compre- 
hending Eastern Canada with the Province of Quebec, Xew Brunswick, Xova 
Scotia, and The Government of Newfoundland : with the Adjacent States of New 
England, Vermont, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey. London. Pub- 
lished by Laurie and Whittle 53 Fleet street, 12''^ May, 1794. 

Scale of Statute miles, 75=1 inch. 26 x 18|. 
Coloured print from Atlas F. 

196. A New Map of North America, with the West India Islands. Divided accord- 
ing to the Preliminary Articles of Peace, Signed at Versailles, Jan. 20, 1783. 
wherein are particularly Distinguished The United States; and the Several 
Provinces. Governments, kc, which Compose The British Dominions. Laid down 
according to the Latest Surveys and Corrected from the Original Materials, of 
Cover''. Pownall, Mem^'. of Parlia"^*. London: Published by Laurie & Whittle, 
N°. 53 Fleet St., 12**^ May. 1794. Notes, &c. Scales and explanations. Scale 75 
Geo. Miles to an inch. 47 x oli. 

Insets. ' A Particular Map of Baffin and Hudson's Bay,' and ' The Passage 
by Land to California, Discovered by Father Eusebius Francis Kino, a Jesuit, 
between the Years 1698 and 1701, before which and for a Considerable Time 
Sinc« California has always been described in all Charts & Maps as an Island.' 

197. A Map Exhibiting all the New Discoveries in the Interior Parts of North 
America, Inscribed by Permission To the Honorable Governor and Company of 
Adventurers of England trading into Hudsons Bay In testimony of their 
liberal Conmiunications To their most Obedient and very Humble Servant, A. 
Arrowsmith, Hydrographer to H.E.H. the Prince of Wales. Additions to June, 

N°. 10 Soho Square. January P^ 1795. Additions to 1811, 1818-19. MS. 
Note as to fishery boundaries. 58 x 49. Coloured print. 

198. Canada, Louisiana, Etats-Unis. Par Eobert de Vaugondy Geographe, Corriges 
par le C°". Lamarche son Successeur, I'An. 3°^^., de la Eepublique Frang. 1795. 

Echelle, de lieues marines, 400=2i inches. 13 x 11. Coloured print from 
Atlas F. 

199. A Map of Part of Georgia. Exhibiting the Land purchased of the State by 
Genl Gunn & others (1796). 10 x 7f. 

Uneoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

200. Carte de L'Isle S*. Domingue dressee pour I'Ouvrage de M. L. E. Moreau de S^ 
Mery. Dessinee par I. Sonis 1796. Gravee par Vallance. 

Echelle de 9 lieues au pouce Anglais. 24| x 15. Partly coloured plate. 

201. Map of the State of Vermont Drawn under the direction of Ira Allen Esq., 
late Surveyor Genl of the said State for his History thereof. March 28*^^ 1798. 
21| X 18. 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 

202. The Great Sound, in the Island of Bermuda. With sections. Endorsed. In 

Sir J. B. Warren's, 8^^ Oct^. 1808. 

Scale of fathoms. 100=1-| inches. 23 x 19^. 
Coloured MS. copy from M series. 



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203. Extract from ' a Map of the TJnited States of America ' from Mellishes, with 
additions and corrections, London, Published July 15, 1818, by Sherwood, Neely 
& Jones, Paternoster Kow. (Vide also chart in Bowditch's Navigators). 

5^ X 7|. Uneoloured tracing. 

204. Sketch shewing the Position of the American Works at and near Eous's Point 
Cantonment, with plan, section and elevation. (1819.) 

Scale, 200 ft. to an inch ; of sections, &c., 20 ft. to an inch. 21| x 17. 
Original, bearing both the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of 
Fortifications stamps. 0. 

205. Carte Geographique, Statistique et Historiqne des Possessions Anglaises. N°. 

V, (1820). Possessions Anglaises de I'Amerique du Nord (Par Lesage). 

Echelle de milles 37|=1 inch. 14 x 9^. ' Coloured print, with letter press 
description from Atlas F. 

206. Plan of the Bermuda and Halifax Mails. In John Howe's letter to Mr. Freeling, 
22nd Jany. 1827. With explanations. 13 x 7f. 

Uneoloured MS. copy from M series. 

207. Map of the Northern Part of the State of Maine, and of the adjacent British 
Provinces, Shewing the portion of that State to which Great Britain lays claim. 
Eeduced from the official Map A with corrections from the latest surveys by 
S. L. Dashiell, Washington. 1830. W. J. Stone Sc. Wash. 16 x 17. 

Coloured print from plate. 

208. Plan of the Canal and Town of Huron in Michigan, At the Head of and 
around the Rapids of the Eiver St. Clair, On the Route, and .at the Termination 
of Rail Roads from Lake Ontario, and from Grand River on Lake Michigan; 
Shortening the distance to 410 miles from Lake Ontario to Wisconsin Territory. 
1836. 

Scale, 1,200 feet=li inches. 

The Country from the Lead Mines on the Mississippi througl the Great 
Lakes, A Route to New-York from the Mississippi to Chicago and Grand River 
in Michigan, and thence by Rail Road to Huron, and thence by Rail Road to 
Lake Ontario, Saving 500 Miles or more, in travelling from New-York to Chicago 
and Wisconsin Territory, the Shortest Commercial Route to the West. 

Scale 40 miles=l| inches. 27 x 36. 

Uneoloured MS. 8. 

209. Plan of the Canal and Town of Huron in Michigan. With notes and a sketch 
of the country from the Lead Mines on the Mississippi through the Great Lakes, 
intended to show the shortening of transportation to the West. Also with tables 
of distances. 

Scale of plan, 1,320 feet to an inch; of the sketch, 80 miles to an inch. 17 x 21^. 
Litho. copy, uneoloured. *S^. 

210. Map of Maine Constructed from the most Correct Surveys With Sectional 
Differences and Elevations or Level of the S*. Croix River from Calais Bridge. 
Deduced from the States Survey. Made by W. Anson, Civil Engineer, in 1836. 
Engraved and Published byS. H. Colesworthy, Portland. 1837. Scale of miles 
40=2| inches. 14^ x 25J. 

Coloured print. 

211. Map of Maine Constructed from the most Correct Surveys With Sectional 
Distances and Elevations or Level of the S*. Croix River from Calais Bridge. 
Deduced from the States Survey. Made by W. Anson, Civil Engineer, in 1836. 
Engraved and Published by S. H. Colesworthy, Portland. 1837. Scale 15 miles 
to 1 inch. 14^ x 23i. 

Coloured print. S. 



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212. Sketch of the Works at ' Fort Fairfield ' constructing by the Americans on the 
Arestook River in the ' Disputed Territory.' By Capt'*. Stow, K. A., from 
memory. S*. John N.B., 11^^ June 1839. 15J x 11. 

Uncoloured MS. copy bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications, and Board of Ordnance. 

213. Geological Map of the United States and the British Provinces of North 
America By Jules Marcou. Boston. Published by Gould k Lincoln, 59 "Wash- 
ington St., 1853. With sections. 

Scale 90 miles to 1 inch. 34 x 22^. 
Coloured litho. 

214. New England. Uncoloured tracing, no date, from Arrowsmith's Map of N. 
America. 8^ x 8^. 

215. Chart of Portland Harbour and Islands, and Harbours Adjacent, Extending 
from the river Kennebec to Wood Island and Winter Harbour, drawn from the 
Survey of Des Barres with additions and corrections by L. Moody. Additions 
to 1857. 

Scale, I of a nautical mile to one inch. 49 x 27. 

Uncoloured litho. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

216. America — East Coast — Portland Harbour from the United States Coast Survey 
Published in 1&54. Corrections to 1861. Admiralty chart with inset of Approaches 
to Portland Harbour. 

Xatural scale, %oooo, 1 sea mile to 3 inches. 18| x 25|. 

[Jncoloiirod print from plate bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications. 0. 

217. North America — East Coast — North Carolina. Albemarle Sound to Cape 
Fear, from the United States Coast Survey, 1S51-7. Admiralty chart. Corrected 
to May, 1864. 38 x 26. 

Uncoloured chart. S. 

218. Aboriginal Map of North America, denoting the Boundaries and the Loca- 
tions of various Indian Tribes. 1857. 

X°^ 224 260 (Sess. 2). Ordered by The House of Commons to be Printed. 
31^* July and 11**^ August, 1857. Henry Hansard Printer. John Arrowsmith, 
Litho. 23 X 19*. Select Committee — On The Hudson's Bay Company. 

219. North America — East Coast — North Carolina. Preliminary Survey of En- 
trances to Cape Fear River, from United States Coast Survey 1857. Corrected 
to 1802. 

Admiralty chart, with fortifications, &.C., added to 24/2/65. 
■Scale, 1 sea mile to 2^ inches %oooo. 24J x 29^. 

Uncoloured prints from plate, adapted in MS., bearing the stamp of the In- 
spector General of Fortifications. 0. 

220. Map of North America. Drawn by J. Arrowsmith. On this Map the Terri- 
tories claimed by the Hudson's Bay Company in virtue of the Charter granted 
to them by King Charles the Second are coloured Green — The other British terri- 
tories Pink, and those of Russia Yellow. 

N°^ 224, 360 (Sess. 2). Ordered by the House of Commons to be Printed, 
31^t July and 11"^ August 1857. Henry Hansard, Printer. London. Pub^. 1858, 
by John Arrowsmith, 10 Soho Square. 

Scale, English miles, about 200 to an inch. 22| x 17i. Select Committee — 
On The Hudson's Bay Company. 



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221. America — East Coast — Charleston Harbour, from the United States Coast Sur- 
vey, 1858. Admiralty chart. No. 2806. Corrected to 1861. 

Natural scale, i/^o250. Scale, 1 sea mile=2i inches. 37 x 25|. 
There are four copies of this chart, adapted to show the defence works. 
One of them bears the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp, 0. 

222. Hazard's Rail Eoad and Military Map of the Southern States prepared by 
the Committee on Inland Transportation of the Board of Trade of Philadelphia. 
From the latest accessible authorities. The Coast accurately drawn from the U.S. 
Coast Surveys, and adopted by the War Department as the Official Map for 
Government use, 1862. Philadelphia. Willis P. Hazard, 724 Chesnut Street. 
Drawn and Engraved by P. S. Duval & Son, Lith'^% Philad*. 

Scale of Statute miles, 30=1 inch. 63^ x 31^. 

Bears the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

223. Map of the State of Virginia Compiled from the best authorities, at the Coast 
Survey Office. A. D. Bache, Supdt. 1862. 

Scale 15 miles=l inch. 34^ x 27|. 

Coloured lithograph bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

224. Mountain Region of North Carolina and Tennessee. Compiled by W. L. 
Nicholson & A. Lindenkohl. U. S. Coast Survey, A. D. Bache, Supt., 1863. 

. 'Scale, 1 inch=10 miles. 41^ x 27|. ' 

Coloured litho. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

225. Map of Eastern Virginia Compiled from the best authorities and printed at 
Coast Survey Office, A. D. Bache, Supdt., 1863. Litho. by Cha^ G. Krebs, 
Compiled by W. L. Nicholson. 

Scale, 10 miles to | inch. 21^ x 26|. 

Coloured litho. bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions. 0. 

226. Map of Richmond, V^\ and Surrounding Country showing Rebel Fortifica- 
tions. From the latest and most authentic surveys. 

Published by D. Van Nostrand, 192 Broadway, New York, 1864. Compiled 
and Drawn by Charles Sholl, T.E. 

MS. note. This map is very incorrect as regards the Fortifications. (Signed) 
W. F. D. J. 24 10/65. 21 x 20-^ inches. Partly coloured litho. bearing the stamp 
of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

227. Bacon's New War Map showing 50 Miles around Richmond. The circles are 

10 miles apart. London: Bacon & C°., 48 Paternoster Row, 1864. Showing the 
lines of march of Gen'ls. Lee and Grant from Fredericksburg to Petersburg. 

Scale, 10 miles to If inches. Partly coloured, bearing the Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

228. Map of the Proposed Postal Route from British America to the West Indies 
and of the Existing Inter-Colonial Mail Lines (in connection with the R. M, 
Steamships from Southampton). 1866. 

Scale of miles, 75=1 inch. 25j x 4:0} inches. Coloured litho. S. 

229. Geo. W. Reese's New Map of the City of Buffalo, 1867. 

Scale, 1,600 feet to an inch. 16^ x 22. Coloured print. 

230. North America by Keith Johnston. F. E. S. E. William Blackwood & Sons, 
Edinburgh & London, by W. & A. K. Johnston Edinburgh. 

With railways coloured in. No. 41 in Keith Johnston's General Atlas, (1867). 



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Scales — Xatui-al scale 1: 14,782,000=236 -458 miles to an inch. Geographical 
and Italian miles 60=1 degree, 200 to an inch, Mexican leagues, 26-5=1 degree, 
100 to li miles. English Statute miles, 69-16=1 degree, 100 to * inch. Height 
in English feet. 17i x 22j. 

Coloured print bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

231. Map Shewing the Location of the Northern Pacific Railway, with its Cana- 
dian Extension to Montreal, via Canada Central and Montreal Northern Colo- 
nization Railways. To accompany W. Legge's Eeport. Charles Legge, Chief 
Engineer, Montreal Northern Colonization Eailway. Montreal, 19"^ Jany, 1872. 

Natural scale, Verwcooo or 100 miles= 1 inch. 28i x 22:^. 
Uncoloured litho. 

232. Coast of North America between the Strait of Belle Island and Cape Cod 

Compiled from the most recent sun-eys. London published by James Imray 
and Son, 89 k 102 Minories 1876, 

Insets — Ellis Bay; Seal Island; Shoals about Cape Sable; Gaspe Bay; Gut 
of Canso; Seven Islands Bay; Pictou Harbour; Trepassey Bay; South West 
Coast of Newfoundland ; Strait of Belle Isle ; Port Basque ; Bed Bay ; St. Lunaire 
Bay; Cod-Roy; Harbour Grace; Chateau Bay; St. Pierre; Trespasses, Bird Rocks, 
and North End of Magdalen Islands; Halifax Harbour; Conception Bay; Scatari 
Island to Sydney Harbour; Trespassey Bay; St. John's (Ne^vfoundland). 74 x 41 

233. Jewett's New Sectional Map of the State of Minnesota Compiled from the 
official plats of United States Surveys and other late authentic sources by W, 
P. Jewett, Chief Draughtsman U. S. Sur. Genl's Office. Published by T. S 
White & C"., Booksellers and Stationers, Saint Paul. May, 1876. References, 

Scale, 12 miles to one inch. 30| x 34^, 
Coloured print, S. 

234. Map of New England and the Provinces, to accompany the* A B C Pathfinder 
'Railway Guide, 1882, 16^ x 22. 

Coloured print, undated. 

«* 

235. Valley Forge Park and Vicinity. J. 0. Clarke. 1907. 

Scale, 1 mile to 4 inches. 13^ x 11. 
Coloured print. S. 

236. Virginie et Maryland. Dessine par Ed. Dumas Vorzet. 

Grave par L. Wuhrer, R. Gay-Lussac 52. Michel Levy, freres, Editeurs. 
Imp. Becquet. Paris. 

Echelle Metrique, Msoooo- 100 kils. to 21 inches. 24| x 17|. 
Uncoloured print. S. 

237. A New Map of North America According to the Newest Observations by H. 
Moll Geographer. A Map illustrating the knowledge which the English possessed 
of the Geography of the Northern part of North America prior to the Treaty of 
Utrecht. 10^ x 7%. 

Uncoloured print. S. 

238. Map of the Eastern part of the Province of New York, with part of New 
Jersey, &c. Drawn from the best xVuthorities. By T. Kitchin, Geog"". Inset — 
Champlain Lake. Scale, 45 railes=l inch. 8^ x 6|. 

L^ncoloured print from Atlas F. 

239. A Map of New England, and Nova Scotia; with part of New York, Canada, 
and New Britain and the adjacent Islands of New Found Land, Cape Breton 
&C. By The. Kitchin, Geog''. 

Scale, 80 miles=l inch. 13 x lOf. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 



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240. Port Huron, St. Clair County, Mich. Surveyed and drawn upon a scale of 200 
feet to an inch, by J. 0. Carleton and Mendeville Poole, Surveyors and En- 
gineers. Port Huron & Detroit, Mich. Lith. by R. Burger, Detroit. Inset — • 
I. Wells' Mill. 32^ X 21J. 

Uncoloured litho. 

241. New Map of the Great Metropolis, including the Cities of New York, Brook- 
lyn, Jersey City, Hoboken, &c. Published by Taintor Brothers, 758 Broadway. 

Scale, 1 mile=2i inches. 18 x 24. 
Coloured print. 

242. Terra Nveva. Endorsed Tierra Nveva, De los Bacalaos, Tavola Prima Del 
Mondo Nvovo. With a long note in Spanish. 11^ x 8|. 

Uncoloured print. 



LA NOUVELLE FRANCE. 

243. Carte de la nouuelle f ranee, augmentee depuis la derniere. seruant a la nauiga- 
tion faicte en son vray Meridien, par le Sr de Champlain Capitaine pour le Eoy 
en la Marine; lequel depuis I'an 1603 jusquas en I'annee 1629 a descouuert plu- 
sieurs costes, terras, lacs, riuieres, et Nations de sauuages, par cy-deuant inco- 
gnues, comme il se voit en ses relations quil a faict Imprimer, en 1632 ou il se 
uoit cette marque ( a flag) ce sont habitations qu'ont faict frangois. 

Faicte I'an 1632 par le Sieur de Champlain. 34 x 20^. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

244. Carte de la nouuelle france, augmentee depuis la derniere, seruant a la nauiga- 
tion faicte en son vray Meridien, par le Sr de Champlain Capitaine pour le Eoy 
en la Marine; lequel depuis Tan 1603 jusques en I'annee 1629; a descouuert plu- 
sieurs costes, terres, lacs, riuieres, et Nations de sauuages, par cy deuant incog- 
nues, comme il se voit en ses relations quil a faict Imprimer en 1632, ou il se 
uoit cette marque (a flag) ce sont habitations qu'ont faict les frangois. 35 x 22 J. 

Uncoloured MS. from Atlas F. 

245. Description de la Nowelle France ou sont remarquees les diuerses habitations 
des Francois, depuis la premiere descouuerte jusques a present, receuillie et dres- 
see sur diuerses relations modernes, 1643. A Paris chez lean Boisseau, Enlumi- 
neur du Roy pour les Cartes Geographiques, en I'Isle du Palais a la Royalle Fon- 
taine de louuence. 

Echelle de 100 Lieues=3| pouces. 22| x 16|. 
Uncoloured print from plat6. 

246. Le Canada faict par le Sr de Champlain. ou sont La Nouvelle France, La Nou- 
velle Angleterre, La Nouvelle Holande, La Nouvelle Svede, La Virginie, &c. 

Avec les Nations voisines et autres Terres nouuellement decouuertes Suiuant 
les Memoires du P. DuVal Geographe du Roy A Paris. En I'Isle du Palais sur 
le grand Cours de I'Eau Avec Priuilege, 1653. Explication des lettres et Chifre? 
de la Carte. 

Echelle de Lieues Francoises, chacune de 2,500 Pas Geometriques, 64 au 
pouce Anglois. 23 x 17. 

Coloured engraved plan. 

247. Le Canada Fait par Sievr de Champlain 1664. 

True Copy. Department of Crown Lands. Quebec May 23''^ 1882, E. E. 
Tache, Asst-Commissioner. Published by Crown Lands Oifice, executed by Geo. 
E. Desbarats et Cie, Photo Lith. 



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Echelle 72 Lieues Francaises de 2,500 Pas Geometriques 5 au Ik pouces 
Anglais. 11 x 7. 
LitLo. 

248. Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, &e. Ce qui est le plus advance vers le Sep- 
tentrion est tire de diverses Eelations des Anglois, Danois, &c. Vers le Midy 
les Costes de Virginie, Nouvelle Suede, Nouveau Pays Bas, et Nouvelle Angle- 
terre Sont tirees de celles des Anglois, Hollandois, &c. La Grand Eiviere de 
Canada, ou de St Laurens, et tons les environs sont suivant les Relations des 
Frangois. Par N. Sanson d'Abbeville Geographe ordinaire du Eoy. A Paris 
Chez Pierre Mariette Rue S. laeque a I'Esperance Avecq Privilege du Roy, pour 
vingt Ans. 1656. 21 x 16. 

Coloured print from Atlas F. 

249. Carte de la Nouuelle France et de la Louisiane Nouuellement decouuerte de- 
diee Au Roy I'An 1683. Par Le Reuerend Pere Louis Hennepin Missionaire 
Recollect et Notaire Apostolique. 19 x 14. 

Uncoloured plate from Atlas F. 

250. Partie de la Nouvelle France Dedie A Monseigneur le Marquis de Seignelay, 
en Lonre, Baron de Sceaux; Conseiller du Roy, en tons ses Conseils, Comman- 
deur, et Grand Tresorier de ses Ordres, Ministre, Secretaire d'Estat — et des 
Commandements de Sa Majeste. Par son tres-humble et tres-Obeissant Serviteur 
Hubert laillot. 

Echelle de Milles Communs d'Angleterre 240=3^ inches. 26 x 18. 
Coloured plate from Atlas F. 

251. (Extract from) A General Map of New France com. calld Canada. (Published 
with the ' New Voyages to North America,' a series of Letters written from 1683 
to 1694, by the Baron Lahontan, Lieut. Governor of Newfoundland & Acadia.) 

Scale, English and French leagues 100=1| inches. 9x8. 
Uncoloured MS. ■ 

252. Partie de la Nouvelle France Dedie A Monseigneur le Marquis de Seignelay, 
et Lonre, Baron de Sceaux; Conseiller du Roy, en tons ses Conseils Comman- 
deur, et Grand Tresorier de ses Ordres, Ministre, Secretaire d'Estat — et des Com- 
mandements de Sa Majeste. Par son tres-hvmible et tres-Obeissant Serviteur 
Hubert laillot. A Paris, Chez H. laillot, proche les Grands Augustins, avec 
Priuilege de Sa Majte, 1685. 

Echelle, Milles Pas Geometriques ou Mille d'ltalie 100 to 11 inches. 
Echelle, Lieues Communes de France 100 to 2| inches. 
Echelle, Lieues Communes d'AUemagne 75 to 3| inches. 
Echelle, Milles Communs d'Angleterre 72 to 1 inch. 
Echelle, Lieues d'une Heure de Chemin 30 to 1 inch. 
Echelle, Lieues Communes de Mer 50 to 2i inches. 26 x 18^. 
Coloured Print. 

253. La grande baye de S. laurens en la nouuelle france mise dans un jour ou 
elle n'ausait jusqu'icy parue, I'exactitude, la curiosite et la justesse y'aiant este 
observees autant qu'il a este possible et que ses memoires des habitants du mesme 
lieu ont pu fournir, jointe a cela la prop re connaissance du geographe qu'il a 
de plusieurs endroits notamment de la riuiere de Ste Croix, ou faisant la mis- 
sion il a eu I'honneur d'adorer plusieurs fois de grandes croix — arborees au mi- 
lieu des deserts et des bois par les sauuages nationnaux nommes porcrois aiant 
recue la croix diuinement du ciel longtems auant I'arriuee des frangois en ce 
pays, faite par Le R. pere Emmanviel jumeau recollect missionnaire en Canada, 
4 oct. 1685. 



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Scale, 19 French leagues to 1 Inch English. 7^ x 9-|. , 
Photo of alleged original map in Paris. 

254. La grande bays de S. laurens en la nouuelle franco mise dans un jour ou elle 
n'avoit jusqu'icy parue, I'exactitude, la curiosite et la justesse y aiant ete obser- 
vees autant qu'il a este possible et que les memoires des habitans du mesme lieu 
ont pu fournir; jointe a cela la propre connaissance du geographe qu'il a de plu- 
sieurs endroits notamment de la riviere Ste Croix, ou faisant la mission il a eu 
I'honneur d'adorer plusieurs fois de grandes croix arborees au milieu des deserts 
et des bois par les Sauvages nationaux nommes ports croix, aiant recu la croix 
directement du ciel longtemps avant I'arrivee des fran<3ois en ce pays — faite par 
le pere Emmanuel Jumeau, recollect missionnaire en Canada. 4 Oct. 1685. 

Echelle de lieues frangoises, 20=2| pouces anglaises. 13| x 18|. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from original in seminary of Quebec. I 

255. Copied from a map entitled Partie Orientale du Canada ou de la Nouvelle 
France Par le P. Coronelli Cosmograplie de la Sevenis™*. Eep. de Venise. A 
Paris 1689. 8i x 9. 

256. Partie Orientale du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France Par le P. Coronelli Cos- 
mographe de la Serenis™®. Rep. de Venise A Paris 1689. 71 x 4f. 

) Coloured Ditho. 

257. A Survey of the South Shore of Lake Erie commencing at the Narrows at Fort 
Erie, and ending at the entrance of Detroit River: taken in 1789 by H^. Ford, 
Naval Off^, P^ M'Niff, Ass*. Surv"". by order of His Excellency the R*. Hon. Lord 
Dorchester, Governor & Commander in Chief, &c., &c. Reduced and Copied from 
the original Survey in the Drawing Room of the Engineer's Department at 
Quebec. Examined Gother Mann, Capt. Command^. R. Eng'". 

Enclosure in Lord Dorchester's letter No. 58, Quebec 24*'' October, 1790, 
Vol. 47. 

Insets — Entrance of Rocky River; Entrance of Cayahoga River; Entrance 
of Grand River, Fort Presque Isle, Presque Isle Harbour, Sandusky Lake as far 
as the Narrows. Remarks. 

Scale, two miles to one inch. 123J x 25. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

258. Carte de la Nouvelle France, oii se voit le cours des Grandes Rivieres de S. 
Laurens & de Mississipi Aujourd'hui S. Louis. Aux Environs des quelles se 
trouvent les Etats, Pai's, Nations, Peuples &c. de la Floride, de la Louisiana, 
de la Virginie, de la Marie-Lande, de la Pensilvanie, du Nouveau Jersay, de la 
Nouvelle Yorck, de la Nouv. Angleterre, de L'Acadie, du Canada, des Esqui- 
maux, des Hurons, des Iroquois, des Ilinois &c. Et de la Grande He de Terre 
Neuve: Dresses sur les Memoires les plus Nouveaux recueillis pour L'Etablis- 
sement de la Compagnie Frangois Occident. 

Insets — Veue de Quebec, et Les Environs de Quebec. R( marques, &c. Pu- 
bliee vers 1690. 

Echelle 50 Milles:=lJ inches. 23 x 25. 
Coloured print from Atlas F. - , 

259. Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France et des Decouvertes qui y ont ete 
faites, Dressee sur plusieurs Observations Par Guillaume De I'lsle Geographe 
de I'Academie Royale des Sciences. Amsterdam Chez lean Covens et Corneille 
Mortier Geographes Avec Privilege. Publico en 1700. 

Echelle, Milles Communes d' Angleterre, 150=1 pouce Anglois. 
Coloured print from Atlas F. 

260. Le Canada, ou Nouvelle France, la Floride, la Virginie, Pensilvanie, Caro- 
line, Nouvelle Angleterre et Nouvelle Yorck, I'lsle de Terre Neuve, la Louisiana, 



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et le Cours de la Kiviere Misisipi. Par N de Fer, Geographe de Monseig''. le 
Dauphin. A Paris, Chez L'Auteur dans I'lsle du Palais sur le Quay de I'Orloge, 
a la Sphere Royale Avec Privilege du Eoy 1705. Van Loon sc. 

Description de La Nouvelle France, et Des Pays aux environs. Par N. de 
Fer. 

Echelle, Lieues de France de 20 au degrez, TO au pouce Anglais. 15J x lOj. 
' Uncoloured engraving. 

261. Carte du Canada ou de la Nouvelle France, et des Decouvertes qui y ont ete 
faites, Dressee sur les observations les plus Xouvelles, & sur divers Memoires 
tant Manuscrits qu'imprimez. 1720. 

Echelle, Milles Communs d'Angleterre, 300=1i^b inches. 21 x IGJ. 
Uncoloured plate from Atlas F. i 

262. A Map of the British and French Settlements in North America. Univ. Mag., 
J. Hinton Newgate Street. Liset — Fort Frederick at Crown Point built by the 
French 1731. 15 x 11. 

Coloured print from Atlas F. 

263. A Sketch of the Several Routes of the French from ftuehec to the Missisippi, 

with the principal Kivers and Lakes thro' which they pass, Also of the Eoute 
from New York to Oswego, and from Albany to Montreal, and of the Eoute from 
Kenebec Eiver to Quebec, and from New Hampshire to Lake St. Pierre in 
Canada. Done by order of His Excellency Major General Shirley, from the most 
authentic Maps and best Intelligence : by W™. Alexander, Secretary to His Excy. 
With explanations of the divers routes; dated, Braddock July 9^^ 1765. This 
plan covers all the routes at the time. 

Scale, 35 English miles to one inch. 29^ x 191. 

Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

264. Partie Orientale de la Nouvelle France ou du Canada Par M^ Bellin, Inge- 
nieur du Eoy et de la Marine, Pour seruir a I'lntelligence des affaires et de I'Etat 
present en Amerique communiquee au Public par les Heritiers de Homan en 
I'an 1755. 

Echelles, Lieues communes de France de 25 au Degre, 20 au pouce. 
Echelles, Lieues Marines de France et d'Angleterre de 20 au Degre, 20 au 
pouce. 24 X 19:^. 

Uncoloured print. 

265. Partie Orientale Du Canada. 

Traduitte de I'Anglois de la Carte de Jefierys publiee a Londres en May 
1755. A Paris par Le Eouge Ingenieur Geographe du Eoy. Eue des Grands Au- 
gustins. 

Echelle de Lieues Marines, 20=2^ inches. 25 x 21. 

Coloured print from Atlas F. 

266. Partie Occidentale de la Nouvelle France ou Canada Par M^ Bellin, Inge- 
nieur de la Marine 1755. 

Echelle de Lieues Marines, 60^=41 pouces Anglois. 25 x 19|. 
Coloured print from Atlas F. 

267. A Map of the British Colonies in North America. With the Roads, Distances, 
Limits and Extent of the Settlements. Humbly Inscribed to the Eight Honour- 
able The Earl of Halifax, And the other Eight Honourable The Lords Commis- 
sioners for Trade & Plantations. By their Lordships Most Obliged, and very 
humble Servant Jn". Mitchell. Published 13^1^ Feb^., 1755. Main portion of the 
map is, according to a note, done in 1750. 



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With an editorial note, also notes and explanations. Also an enlargement 
of the north eastern section. 

Scale 100 English miles=l inch. 22^ x 16^. 

Photo copies of Map bearing the stamp of the British Museum. 

268. Carte du Canada et de La louisiane qui forment La Nouvelle France et des 
Colonies Angloises ou sont representez les Pays contestez Dressee sur les ob- 
servations et sur plusieurs Cartes particulieres et meme Angloises Par J.'B. 
Nolin Geographe. a Paris chez Daumont rue de la Peronerie a I'Aigle d'Or, 
1756. Avec Privilege du Koy. Letter Press — Description du Canada. 

Echelle de Lieues, 125=4^ inches. 28 x 20. 
Coloured print from Atlas P. 

269. A Map of the British & French Plantations in North America. (1760). 
lOi X 8h 

Uncoloured print from Atlas P. 

270. A Map of the British Conquests in North America including Niagara & 
Crown Point. (1760). 

Scale 70 miles=l inch. 7| x 5. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas P. 

271. A Map of the Five Great Lakes with part of Pensilvania, New York, Canada, 
and Hudsons Bay Territories, &c. 10| x Si. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas P. 

272. Canada and the River St. Lawrence. (1763). A series of four maps, which 
with the notes form a very complete census of the parishes on the St. Lawrence. 
They are all original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance Stamp, and 
are as follows : 

a. Plan of that part of Canada and the Eiver S^ Lawrence, which lies between 
Point du Lac and Repentiguy on the North Shore, and Nicolette and Varrenes 
on the South; containing the Lake S^ Pierre and all the Islands lying inune- 
diately above it in the Eiver S^. Lawrence, also all the Islands formed by the 
Rivers Xicolette, S*^. Francis, lamaska, Masquinonge, &c. which empty them- 
selves into the Lake. . . .containing also the Eiver Sorel from where it falls into the 
S*. Lawrence to the Isle des ]S'oix on Lake Champlain where it takes its rise, 
and the Eiver Assumption as far as the last Settlements. . . .with all the Villages, 
Fortified Posts, Habitations and cultivated Country throughout the whole Extent 
.... The whole from a Survey carried on under the Direction of the Honourable 
Brigadier General Murray, Governor of Quebec .... The Tract of Country contained 
in this Plan was Surveyed by the Following Officers, viz. . . .All the South Shore 
from Yeraine to Xicolet, and the Eiver Sorel to S^ Ours, also the Islands Dupas, 
S*. Ignace, Madame de Grace, au Pierre du Moine, and the Isle au Basque, by 
Cap^ Holland of the Eoyal American Eegiment. . . .The Islands of Bouchard and 
Contrecoeur, by Lieu*. Peach of the 47^ Eegiment. .. .From Eepentigny to 
Bertier by Lieu*. Montresor, Engineer. . . .From Bertier to Point du Lac and 
the Elvers Assomption and Bertier and the Eest of the Islands at the entrance of 
the Lake, by Lieu*. Fusier, of the Eoyal American Eg*., as was also the remainder 
of the Eiver Sorel as far as Isle aux Xoix. 136 x 90. 

l. Plan of that part of Canada and the Eiver S*. Lawrence, which lies 
between the Coteau des Cedres, the uppermost Settlements of Canada 
and the Island of S\ Therese ; containing the Island of Montreal, Isle lesus. 
Isle Bisare, Isle Perault, &c. the Lakes of S*. Louis, les deux Montagues &c. 
formed by the Eiver S*. Lawrence; the City of Montreal, all the Villages, fortified 
posts, habitations, and cultivated Country throughout the whole Extent. .. .The 
whole from a Survey carried on under the directions of the Honourable Brigadier 
General Murray, Govemour of Quebec, &c. The Tract of Country contained in 



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this Plan was Surveyed by the following- Officers, viz^ From Longiieil tc 
Varrenes on the South Shore, and from the City of Montreal to Long Point on 
the Island of Montreal by Cap^ Holland, of the Eoyal American Eegiment. 
From la Chine to the City of Montreal, and from long Point to the lower end 
of the Island, also from Cocnawaga Castle on the South Shore to the Island 

Hurron, with the Island of S*. Paul, by Lieu*. Montresor, Engineer The 

Islands of Boucherville, St. neleine, Therese, &c. near the South Shore, by Lieu*. 
Peach of the 47*^ Eegiment. The remaining part of the Island of Montreal, 
The Island of lesue, Isle Bisare, Isle Perault, &c. with all the Tract of Country 
on both Shores, not already mentioned, as far as the Coteau des Cedres, by Lieu*. 
Fusier of the Eoyal American Eegiment. 

A scale of 5 miles 2,000 yards to an inch. 106 x 65. 

c. Plan of that Part of Canada and the Eiver S*. Lawrence, which lies between 
Cape Torment and Deschambeaux on the North Shore, Point de la Caille and 
Lotbiniere on the South, in which the City of Quebec and all the Villages, 
habitations ,and cultivated Country in that extent are accurately laid down, with 
all the different places of Landing and Embarkations, the Encampments, Entrench- 
ments, lines of Battle, and principal movements of the Brittish and French Armies 
while this Country was a Seat of War. . . .The whole from .a Survey carried on under 
the direction of the Honourable Brigadier General Murray, Governour of Quebec 
&c. The tract of Country contained in this Plan was surveyed by the following 
Officers, viz*. . . .From S*. Augustin to the Eiver Montmorency on the North Shore, 
and from S*. Nicholas to Pointe a la Ecaille on the South, with all the back Settle- 
ments, also the Parishes on the South Eiver by Cap*. Holland of tne Eoyal Ameri- 
can Eegiment. .. .The Island of Orleans, surveyed by Cap*. L*. Spry, Engineer 
....From Dechambeaux to S*. Augustine on the North and Lotbiniere to S*. 
Antoine on the South Shore by Lieut. Peach of the 47*^ Eegiment. From S*. 
Antoine to S*. Nicholas on the South, from Montmorency to Cape Tourment on 
the North Shore by Ens. Pittman of the !15*'^ Eegiment. Explanatory references. 

Scale, eight statute miles 2,000 feet to an inch. 170 x 61. 

d. Plan of that part of Canada and the Eiver S*. Lawrence which lies between 
Dechambeaux and Pointe du Lac on the North Shore, Lotbiniere and S*. 
Therese on the South in which the Town of Trois Eivieres and all the Villages, 

habitations and cultivated country in that extent are accurately laid down 

The whole from a Survey carried on under the direction of the Honourable 
Brigadier General Murray, Governour of Quebec. With notes giving details of 
the parishes. The tract of Country contained in this Plan was surveyed by the 
following Officers, viz. : From Point du Lac to Cape Magdelaine on both Shores 
by Cap*. Holland of the Eoyal American Eegiment. . . .From Cape Magdelaine to 
Batiscant Eiver on both Shores by Lieu*. Fuser, of the Eoyal Canadian Eeg*. 
From Batiscant Eiver to Dechambeaux on both shores. By Lieu*. Peach, of the 
47th Eegt. 

Inset — Continuation of the Chaudiere Eiver, by Lieu*. Haldimand of the 
Eoyal American Eeg*. 

Scale of eight statute miles, 2,000 feet to an inch. 98 x 60. 
See also Appendix C. 

273. La Nouvelle France ou Canada. 

Echelle de Cent Lieues Communes=l| pouces Anglois. 14 x 7|. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le S' Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine 1764. 

274. Carte des Cinq Grands Lacs du Canada. 

Echelle de Cinquante Lieues Communes=l| pouces Anglois. 13 x 8J. 

Coloured plate from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 
233—3 R— 16 



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275. An Extract Chart of the River S*. Laurence, from Fort Frontenac to the Island 
of Anticosti shewing the Soundings, Eocks, Shoals, (tc. with Views of the Lands 
and all necessary Instructions for navigating that River to Quebec. Dedicated to 
Hon^'ie. Jno. Montagu and Lords of Trade, by Tho^ Jefferys. 

Insets. London, Rob*. Sayer, 25 May 1775. 

Scale, ten miles to three inches. 38 x 24. 

Coloured print from the American Atlas. • - 

276. An Accurate Map of the present Seat of War between Great-Britain and her 
Colonies in North America. Engraved for the L'niversal Mag. — June, 1776. 
13h X 101. 

Coloured print from Atlas F. 

277. A Map of the Inhabited Part of Canada from the French Surveys; with the 
Frontiers of New York and New England, from the Large Survey By Claude 
Joseph Sauthier. Engraved by Wm. Faden, 1777. London, Published, as the 
Act directs, F-eby. 25, 1777 by Wm. Faden. 

Scale 10 miles to Wie of an inch. 33-J x 22i^. 

Partly engraved plan from The North American Atlas. 

278. Extract from ' A Map of the Inhabited Part of Canada from the French 
Surveys with the Frontiers of New York and New England from the large 
Survey by Claude Joseph Sauthier. Engraved by W". Faden, 1777.' Remarks 
and notes. 

Scale, statute miles, 50=4 inches. 14^ x 10|. 
Uncoloured tracing. 

279. Partie Septentrionale Des Possessions Angloise en Amerique. Pour servire 
d'intelligenee a la Guerre presente entre les Anglois et leurs Colonies Dressee sur 
les meilleurs Carte du Pays traduite de 1' Anglois. de Michel a Paris A I'Hotel 
de Soubise. 1778. 

Eehelle.de Lieues Commimes, 50=4^ inches. 29 x 20i. 
Uncoloured print. 

280. Carte du Canada Qui comprend la partie Septentrionale des Etats TJnis'. 
Dressee sur plusieurs observations et sur un grand nombre de relations imprimees 
ou manuscrites. Par GuiUaume Dellsle Premier Geogi'aphe du Roi de I'Aca- 
demie Royale de Sciences. Revuee et augmentee en 1783, chey Dezauche Suc- 
cesseur au Delisle et Buache Rue de Noyers pres celle des Anglais. 

Scale of English miles 150=1 inch. 18 x 16. 
Uncoloured litho. 

28L Tracing of Part of Map A of the Territory contained between the lines 

, respectively contended for by Great Britain and the United States, as being 

the North Eastern Boundary of the United States, in conformity with the Treaty 

of Peace of 1783; embracing also the adjacent parts of the Dominions of the 

two Powers. 

References. Copy of certificate on Map A. 30| x 32|. 

282. Plan of the Communication by the Eiver Saint John from Fredericton in 
New-Brunswick to River Saint Lawrence; with the Settlements in that extent. 
From an actual Survey taken by order of His Excellency Lieutenant Governor 
Carleton ,in July and August 1787, by George Sproule, Esq., Surveyor General 
of New-Brunswick. A true copy from the original Survey — George Sproule, 
Surveyor General. Enclosure in Letter dated, June 20*^, 1788. Carleton to Secre- 
tary of State. Scale of two statute miles to one inch. 
Coloured MS. copy from M series. 



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283. A Survey from the Great Falls of the River S* John to the head of Lake 
Tamasquatat with part of the Portage leading from that Lake to the Eiver S*. 
Lawrence. Taken in July and Aug-ust 1787 by George Sproule, Esq^, Surveyor 
General of New Brunswick. By Order of His Excellency Lieu*. Governor Carle- 
ton. Scale of statute miles 1=1 inch. 99^ x 21. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance Stamp. 0. 

284. Plan of Part of the Grand (or Ottawa) River fronting the Townships of 
Chatham, Hawkesbury, Grenville «fe Caermarthen. Surveyed in 1788 by Pat^. 
]\PNiff. Scale 20 chains to an inch. 123J x 16A. 

Original coloured MS. 8. 

285. Plan of the New Settlements from Point a Bodet to Niagara, comprehending 
the Carrying-places, the Eivers, and Lakes to Lake Huron. W. Chewett, D.P.S. 
and Draughtsman. Notes and table of distances. 

Endorsed 31,866. L 289b. New Settlements above Montreal. Walsingham 
Coat of Arms, 1789. 

Scale, six miles to an inch. 49^ x 20^. 

Coloured MS. copy of plan in the British Museum. 

286. Map of Part of Canada from Bay de la Val and Island of Barnaby in the 
River S* Lawrence to the Lakes Huron and Erie. 

Note.— This Map Being A Compilation From Separate Surveys, They Are 
Mentioned Here By Command For A Test Of Its Authenticity And In Justice 
To The Active Surveyors Wlio Shall Be Found To Have Merit By The Accuracy 
Of Their Work. 

Here follows a list of the various Surveyors and their Surveys, Eeferences 
to the Seigniories, &c. 

This Map is a reduction from the Map of Six British Statute Miles to an 
Inch compiled in the Surveyor General's Office, pursuant to an Order in Council 
of the 22^^ February, 1790 for the use of His Majesty's Secretary of State, 
dated at Quebec I''* Oct., 1790. Signed Samuel Holland, Surveyor General* 
John Collins, D.S.G. 

Scale, 18 British Statute miles to an inch. 48^ x 26. 

Coloured copy of map in the Colonial Office, London, Endorsed Canada 

Case 37, N°. 48, 1790. Canada, 45. 

287. A Map of Part of Canada, for the use of His Majesty's Secretary of State, Com- 
piled in the Surveyor Generals Office, Pursuant to an Order in Council of the 
22"'^ day of February, 1790. Quebec this 1^* day of October 1790. 

Scale of miles, 5 geographic miles=l inch. 137i x 49. 

References to Siuweys and List of Seignories. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

288. A Map of Part of Canada Shewing the Gulf of S* Lawrence and the Countries 
bordering thereon. For the use of His Majesty's Secretary of State. Compiled 
in the Surveyor General's Office Quebec this 8^^^ day of Nov, 1790. Samuel 
Holland, Surveyor General, John Collins, Depy. 

This Map belongs to the Office of the Secretary of State for the Home De- 
partment. W. Peace, Lib'". Remarks, &c. Referred to in Lord DorchesterV 
letter, Quebec, 24 October, 1790. 

Scale, 5 Geographic miles=l inch. 83j x 60. 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 

289. By Order of His Excellency Guy Lord Dorchester Captain General & Governor 
in Chief of the Provinces of Upper & Lower Canada &c. &c. &c. Plan of Part 
of the Province of Lower Canada containing the country from the River Mont- 
233— 3i 



morency neai- Quebec upwards as far as any surveys have been hitherto made, 
that is to S^ Regis on the W. S*^. Lawrence, and to the Township of Buckingham 
on the R'. Ottawa, compiled in the Surveyor General's Office in the latter part of 
the year 1794 & early part of the year 1795, by Mess''^ Samuel Gale & John B. 
Duberger, from the imdermentioned materials — videlicet : — 

A Survey of part of the R''. S*. Lawrence taken by Sam^ Holland, Esq., in ,or 
about the year 1765, and other surveys thereof taken by Mess'^.' Jeremiah ]VP- 
Carthy, James M'^Donel and ISTath^ Coffin. W. Surveyors, in the Years 1792-93-94 
& 95. 

A Survey of the R'*. Jesus, the Northeasterly Shore of the Lake of the Two 
Mountains and part of the Ottawa River as far as the upper end of the Seigneurie 
of Argenteuil taken by M''. James Peachy, D^'. Surveyor, in 1793. 

A Survey of part of the Ottawa R"". fronting the Townships of Chatham, 
Grenville, Caermarthen, Norfolk, Suifolk, and Buckingham, taken by M'. Patrick 
M^^Niff, W. Surveyor in 1788. 

A Survey of Part of the Tongue of Land between the R'"^. Ottawa & S*. 
Lawrence taken by Mess". Guy & Gagnier, T)^. Surveyors in the years 1789 & 
1790. 

A Survey of the Rf". Richelieu (or Sorel) taken by M''. Simon Z. Wataon, 
D^^. Surveyor, in 1792. 

A Survey of part of the R"". Yamaska, from its mouth to the Upper end of 
the Seigneurie of S^ Hyacinthe, taken by M^ Theodore Depenciere, W. Sur- 
veyor in 1792 & 1793. 

A Survey of the R''. St. Frangois and Lake Memphramagog, the Lower part 
from the Mouth of the R^ to Long Point & the Western shore of the Lake 
Memphramagogue from Gibraltar Point to the Province Line, taken by M"^. 
Jesse Pennoyer, D^. Surveyor, in 1792 ; the opposite shore of the said Lake taken 
by M"". Joseph Kilborne. D^. Surveyor in 1792; and the part between Long Point 
and Gibraltar Point, taken by Mr. James Rankin, in 1794. 

A Survey of part of the R*". Beccancourt & Nicolet taken by M^ James 
McDonald in ^he year 1792. 

A Survey of the R"". Chaudiere and Lake Megantick, taken by M"". Jeremiah 
M'^Carthy in 1792. 

The Division Line between the late Provinces of Quebec & New York 
from S*. Regis on the South Side of the R''. S*. Lawrence to the Bank of Con- 
necticut River run by John Collins, Esq., D^. Surveyor General in the Years 
1771, 1772 & 1773; with observations thereon, made by M^ Jesse Pennoyer, 
when laying out the Townships of Sutton & Potton in 1792; and by Mess""'. 
Henry Holland & Joseph Kilborne when laying out the Townships of Hinchin- 
brook & Heming-ford in 1793. — and a Survey of part of the Connecticut R"". 
taken by M''. James Grant in or about the Year 1771. With an explanation of 
how disagreements in the Surveys have been treated, and remarks as to the relia- 
bility of the various sections of the map. The ancient Grants of land are laid 
down from the Records thereof and the Records of Foi & Homage; the islands 
of S*. Peter from an old Plan; the Districts from an Act of the SV^ of May, 
1794; the Counties from the Proclamation of His Excellency Alured Clarke, 
Lieutenant Governor, bearing date the 7^"^ May, 1792 ; (attention being called to 
mistakes). The New Town&hii>s are distinguished from the old Grants by being 
laid down in Red Ink. 

N.B. — This Plan is reduced from the Original which was compiled in the 
Surveyor Greneral's Office on a Scale of two Miles to an Inch. Done in the En- 
gineer's drawing Room at Quebec by John B. Duberger, Draftsman. Scale, 
four miles to an inch. Ill x 44. Bears the B. O. Stamp, also of the Inspector 
of Eortifications^ — marked by the Ordnance Office, ' Original.' 0. 



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290. Map of the Country Westward of Lake Ontario to the River Mississippi, and 
Southward to the 37° of Xorth Laf^^. intended more immediately to shew the 
Frontier Boundary between the United States and the Indian Tribes; as ex- 
pressed, in their Treaty of the S'^ August, 1T95; with the particular Grants or 
Concessions in favour of the United States as therein described. Keferences and 
explanation. Quebec, 26*11 Qcto'", 1795. Gother Mann, L*. Co^ Command^. Eoyal 
Engineer. Endorsed ' Canada, Case 37, No. 54.' " With Lord Dorche^ster's Des- 
patch Xo. 71, to the Duke of Portland," Vol. 74. Lower Canada. 

Scale, 15 miles to an inch. 72 x 52. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

291. Sketch of the Route from Fort Cumberland to Fredericton From a journey 
performed between the 13"* and 23*^ December, 1799 for the purpose of ascer-. 
taining the best situation for a Military- communication from Head Quarters at 
Halifax to Quebec, by order of His Eoyal Highness the Duke of Kent, Com- 
mander in Chief in British Xorth America, &e., &c. D. Campbell, Mily. Sur- 
veyor. 

Scale, British Statute miles=two to one inch. 58 x 35. 
Coloured MS. copy of original in the British Museum. 

292. A Map Exhibiting the Frontiers of Canada and the United States intended to 
illustrate The Operations of the British & American Armies. London. 
Printed for C. Smith, Mapseller & Publisher, 172 Strand. Oet'^. r\ 1813. 

Scale. 25 miles=l inch. 31^ x 21, 

Inset. — A Sketch of the Coast of Xorth America from the River S*. Lawrence 
to Chesapeake Bay. Scale, 100 miles=l inch. 
Coloured print. 

293. Map of the Provinces of Upper & Lower Canada with the Adjacent Parts 
of the United States of America, &c. Compiled from the latest Sui-veys and Ad- 
justed from the most recent and Approved Astronomical Observations by Joseph 
Bouchette. Dedication to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent. Contains 
views of Grand Portage, Cape Ray and Bird Islands, also view on Lake Ontario. 
Published 1815, by W. Faden. 49^ x 32. 

Two copies, one bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions. 0. 

294. Map of the Provinces of Upper & Lower Canada with the Adjacent Parts 
of the "jnited States of America, &c. Compiled from the latest Surveys and Ad- 
justed from the most recent and Approved Astronomical Observations by Joseph 
Bouchette, London. W, Faden, 1815. Dedication to the Prince Regent. 3 inset 
views. 48 x 31. 

Coloured print. 

295. Plan of that Part of the Line of Communication between Quebec and Halifax 
extending from the St. Lawrence to Salmon River, and exhibiting the Settle- 
ments thereon. 

Quarter Master General's Office, Quebec, 9''* July, 1815. Geo. D. Cranfield, 
Lt. 90th Regt. D. A. Q. M. General. Shows the Grand Portage and general trans- 
portation route, and the names of the towns along the river. 

Scale 4 miles to an inch. 12| x 31. 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 

296. Skeleton Map, shewing the situation, of all the Forts or Military Positions, 
and Ordnance Depots in the two Canadas, with their Xames, and Distances 

from each otlier, and from Montreal or Quebec — dated June 9*^ 1824. 



E. W. Durnford, Colonel Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, Commanding Royal 
Engineer's Office, June 22'i'i, 1826, Quebec. 
Scale, 12J miles=l inch. 40-J x 29. 
Uncoloured MS. copy. 0. 

297. Outline Map, to illustrate a Eeport to His Grace The Duke of Wellington 
relative to His Majesty's North American Provinces, by a Commission of which 
Major General Sir J. Carmichael Smyth was President, Lieut. Colonel Sir 
George Hoste and Captain Harris, Members; 1825. Compiled by S. B. Hewlett, 
Inspector General's Office, Feb. 24*^ 1820. (With subsequent additions). 
References. 

Scale, 3 inches to one degree of 69 miles. 65 x 22. 

Original, bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector Gen- 
eral of Fortifications. 0. 

298. Sketch of the Great Valley of the R'". S*. John, Exhibiting The Situation & 
Extent of the Territory in Dispute between the British and American Govern- 
ments And thie Boundary respectively Claimed. Also the new Roads recom- 
mended to be opened at Public expence. Compiled to elucidate the evidence 
given before a Committee of the Hon^'®. the House of Assembly of Lower Can- 
ada in February, 1827, by W. Henderson, Esq. Scale of miles, 50=3 inches. 
21 X 19. 

Coloured print. 

299. Map of Cabotia; ComiDrehending The Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, 
New-Brunswick and Nova-Scotia, with Breton Island, Newfoundland, &c. And 
Including also, the Adjacent Parts of the L^nited States. Compiled from a great 
Variety of Original Documents. By John Purdy, London: Published June 4*, 
1828, By Richard H. Laurie, N". 53 Fleet Street. Improved Edition with Addi- 
tions. 

Inset Maps — Environs of Quebec; The Banks of the St. Lawrence from 
.the Isle of Orleans to Lake St. Francis; Frontier of Niagara; Continuation of 
Hudson's River to New-York; Harbour of Halifax; The Province of Nova 
•Scotia with Part of New Brunswick; Newfoundland, (with notes on treaties). 

Scales, 20 nautical miles, or 23 statute miles to an inch. 61J x 48. 

Bears the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Forti- 
fications. 0. 

300. Fig-ure de la Terre Neuve Grande Riviere de Canada et Cotes de I'Ocean en 
la Nouvelle France. Marcus L'Escarbot nunc primum delineavit, publicavit et 
donavit 1609. 6 x 4|. 

Coloured Litho. 

SOI. Carte du Canada. Par Guillaume De Lisle Revuee-et augmentee en 1783. 
4^ X 6. 

Coloured lith. One of four maps on one leaf. 



TROVINCE OF QUEBEC, CITY OF QUEBEC, CITY OF MONTREAL, CHAMBLY, 

ST. JOHNS, ETC. 

302. Plan of Alfred, L'Orignal Seigniory and Caledonia shewing the swamp, llf 
X lOf. 

Original coloured MS. P. 

303. Plan of the Township of Allumette Island. Copy of Map in Crown Lands 
Dep^ Toronto August 1856. 19 J x 23f. W. 



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304. Plan of the Island of Anticosti. Taken from Bayfield's Charts. To illustrate 
the Exploration of J. Kichardson. 1856. Geological Survey of Canada. Sir Wm. 
E. Logan, F.R.S. Director. 

Scale — 9 miles to an inch. 15 x 7^. Uncoloured litho. 

305. Plan of the Township of Armagh Situate in the County of Bellechasse Dis- 
trict of Quebec Surveyed Pursuant to Instructions from the Surveyor General's 
Office, dated 16«^ Jan^ A.D., 1833, Bv Joseph Bouchette Jun^, Dep^y. Sur^. 
Geni. 

Scale of chains, 40 to li inches. 32| x 27^. Original. W. 

306. Diagram of Arthabaska. Office of the Board of Works — 1815. Scale, 80 chains 
to an inch. 11 x 26. Copy. W. 

307. Plan of the Arthabaska and Gentilly Roads. Office of the Board of Works. 
Feb\ 1846. 

Scale in miles 1=| inch. 571 x 30^. Original. W. 

308. Plan. Figuratif, Montrant deux nouvelles lignes de cheniin. Tirees F. L. 
Poudrier, Arpenteur Provincial. Somerset ce 15 Janvier 1848. Plan referred to 
in Report and Estimates, X. H. Baird. 

Echelle de 40 chaines au pouce. 25| x 40|. Original. W. 

309. Map of the Township of Ascot, Compiled from actual and original surveys 
by A. H. Whitcher, P.L.S., Sherbrooke 1864. W. A. Little, Lith., Montreal. 
Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 27 x 21. 

Uncoloured print. 

310. Basin Bay — Magdalen Islands. Plan and Sections Showing proposed Im- 
provements. By C. F. Eoy P.L.S. 24 Dec. '79. To accompany report dat^d 
16"^ Jan^ 1880. Henry F. Perley, Eng"". 

Scale, 200 feet to 1 inch. 45§ x 27i. Original. W. 

311. Baye de Chaleur, dans le Golfe S*. Laurent. Levee par le Norwich en 1760 
publiee a Londres en 1775. A Paris. Chez le Rouge, rue des g''\ Augustins. 1778, 
Inset — Eestigouche. Echelle, 6 lieue3=25 inches. 19 x 12-|. 

Uncoloured plate from Atlas G. 

312. Carte de la Bale des Chaleurs a la Cote Occidentale du Golfe De S*. Laurent 

Levee en 1724 par W. THermite Ingenieur du Roi, Redige au Depot General 
des Cartes, Plans et Journaux de la Marine. Par Ordre de M. de Sartine, Con- 
seiller d'Etat, Ministre et Secretaire d'Etat ayant le Departement de la Ma- 
rine 1780. 

Echelle de Lieues Marines, 10^5|- pouces Anglois. 

Inset. Plan du Havre de Restigouche, Par le Sieur de Reboul 

Echelle de Toises 400^=4 1 pouces Anglois. 17 x 24. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas G. 

313. Bale des Chaleurs. Caplan. Plan showing Soundings and Proposed Break- 
water 1879. By Chs. F. Roy, CE. Scale 100 feet— 1 inch. 49 x 30. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

314. Map of part of Bay des Chaleurs shewing the Salmon Fishing Stations occupied 
during the season of 1878, in the Counties of Gloucester, Restigouche, and Bona- 
venture, together with the number of fathoms of nets used and the quantity of 
Salmon caught. The Burland, Desbarats Lith Co. Montreal. 

Scale of Miles, 4=1 inch. 211 x 141. Coloured litho. 

315. Carte de la Baye S*. Paul, Scituee a 18 Lieues au desous de quebec a la Cote 
du Nord du Fleuve S^ Laurent. With references, fait a quebec le 2 8^"^^ 1739. 
Chaussegros de Lery. 



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Echelle de 13 pouces pour inie lieue. 19-i x 27|. 
Coloured MS., Copy of a plan in Paris. 

316. Chart of Bay of Seven Islands from Point Juliet to Chiministick Kiver. J. F. 
W. Des Barres, Aug. 1'^ 1781. 

Scale, 1 Nautical mile to 1-J inches. 23| x 30^. 
Tinted plate from Atlantic Neptune series. 

317. Plan of the Seigniory of Beauharnois and the Township of Hemmingford, to 

shew the Encroachments of the latter upon the former, as mentioned in the 
annexed Memorial. With a certificate by Will"". Vondenvelden. Assistant to the 
Surveyor General. Scale of 1 French league to 1^ inches. 191 x 15i. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

318. Le Detroit de Belle-Isle. 

Echelle de Lieues Communes, 10=11 inches. 6| x 9. 

Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

319. Proposed Landing Pier at Berthier Examined and Surveyed Ocf., 1846. F. 
P. Eubidge. Eng^ 32| x 23. 

Original plan. W. 

320. 'Duplicate' Plan Shewing the Approach from the Main-Road to the Pro- 
posed Pier on the North East side of the Trou de Berthier. Surveyed and 
Examined on the 3^'^ and 4"^ Nov.., 1851 and on the 13*'^ April 1852. G. F. 
Baillairge, Prov. L. Surv., Canada East. With Notes and Eemarks, signed by 
Charles Fague, G. F. Baillarge, J^\ Petitclerc; Witnesses, Benoit Eoy, Zym- 
phorien Gamache. 

Scale, 300 ft. to an inch. 15 x 25|. W. 

321. Plan of Part of Black River. Showing the Timber-Slide, Boom^, Piers, &c., 
at the Mouth of the same, the property of John PouiDore Esq. Surveyed by S. 
T. Abbott Evans, Prov. Land Surveyor, Pembroke C. W., Jan. 2C)^^\ 1865. Scale 
of 5 chains to an inch. 38J x 25|. 

Original. W. 

322. Sketch of the Barracks at Blairlindie. With references, 26^'^ June 1815. 
14| x 9^. Uncoloured original MS. from C series. 

323. Cavalry Barracks at Blairfindie or Halfway House — all tlae Buildings are 
made of Logs, 7 inches thick, with stone foundations. The officers and men's 
Barracks have good cellars. The Barrack Square is completed, and the water 
carried off by two Drains built with Stone and Lime, one running through each 
Kitchen to the Eiver. 

Eeceived from L*. Col. Durnford with a letter to L*. Gen'. Mann, dated 
7^'^ May 1817. 

Scale 30 feet to an inch. 16| x 21|. 

Original, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications, and 
the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

324. Blairfindie. Plan of the Government Ground and Cavalry Barracks Plate 1. 
N°. 15. E. W. Durnford, Lt. CoL Commg. El. Eng., Canada, 24 Sept^, 1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 11| x 17^. 

Original uncoloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

Plate 2.— Cavalry Barracks for 1 Captain, 1 Lieu'., 1 Cornet, 1 Quarter 
Master, 1 Staff Serjeant, and 80 N. C. Officers and Privates, 1813. Logbuildings, 



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shingled, in good repair. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, 
24 Sep'- 1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 17 x 21|. 

Original uncoloured !MS. marked with the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

325. Plan Figuratif de L'endroit appelle le Bomaine, dans le Township Blandford. 

Par F. L. Poudrier, D.A.P. Somerset Sept, 1845. Reference. Echelle, de 10 
Chaines dans un pence. 14| x 23j. 
Original. W. 

326. A Plan of Bonaventur in the Bay of Chaleurs in the Province of Quebec, as 
surveyed agreeable to Order and Instructions of the Honourable James Murray, 
Esq'., Governour of the said Province and the Honourable His Majesty's CounciL 
By John Collins, Dep^. Su^ Gen^. 

Remarks — Explanation of fifty acre lots. Charles Blaskowitz, Draughtsman. 
Endorsed. Bonaventure in Chaleur Bay, N°. 8, 1765. Case 37, X°. 20. Canada 24. 

Scale, 800 feet to one inch, 400 feet to one inch for the fishing lots. 25J 
X 37i. 

Copy from Colonial Office, London. 

327. Plan Officiel dn Village du Boucherville Comte de Chambly. 

Fait en Conformite des dispositions du Chapitre 37 des Status refondus 
du Bas-Canada et de I'Acte 27-28 Vict: Chap: 40, Departement des Terres de la 
Couronne Quebec, 10 Janvier 1868. 

Echelle de 100 pieds Frangais au pouce Anglais. 48| x 22j. TV. 

328. Plan Officiel de la Paroisse de La 8*^. Pamille de Boucherville Comte dc 
Chambly. 

Fait en Conformite des dispositions du Chapitre 37 des Statuts refondus 
du Bas-Canada et de I'Acte 27-28 Vict: Chap: 40, Departement des Terres de la 
Couronne. Quebec 30 Janvier 1868. Vraie Copie par E. H. Chs. Lionais, 
Architecte & Arp. 

Echelle de 5 arpents au pee Anglais. 28| x 54. IF. 

329. Plan Officiel du Village de Boucherville, Comte de Chambly. 

Fait en Conformite des dispositions du Chapitre 37 des Statuts refondus, 
du Bas-Canada et de I'Acte 27-28 Vict: Chap: 40, Departement des Terres de la 
Couronne, Quebec le 10 Janvier 1878. 

Vraie Copie, par E. H. Chs. Lionais, Architect & Arp*. 

Echelle de 100 pieds Frangais au pouce Anglais. 48:^ x 21f-. W. 

330. Geological and Petrological Map of Brome Mountain — Brome County, due. 

To illustrate report, of John A. Dresser, ^LA. Geological Survey of Canada &e 
1905. 

Scale, 40 chains to 1 inch. 27^ x 21J. 

Coloured litho. 

33L Plan of a Part of the Township of Bury County of Sherbrooke District of 
Three Rivers. Exhibiting the localities of clearances made by unauthorized 
persons, May, 1835. J. Hughes, Civil Engineer and Surveyor. (Sealed plan). 
References. 

R. Hayne, Capt. H. P. Royal Staff Corps. Superintending the Survey. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch, English. 51 x 29. 

Original, coloured MS. S. 

332. Map showing the Eastern Division of the Cap de Chatte and Great Fox River 
Road or the Proposed Main Road from Great Fox River to Great Magdalen River, 
a distance of 50 miles 62-06 chains, on the South Shore of the River S*. Law- 



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rence. Also the Proposed Branch Road from Grande Vallee Des Monts to Gaspe 
Basin, a distance of 48 miles 8-90 chains and the General Features of the coun- 
try along both routes, according to the survey and exploration of G. F. Baillairge, 
Civ. Eng. & P. L. S. Acting under the joint direction of the Hon^^^ Commis- 
sioners of Public Works and Crown Lands, from 15*^'"^ of February to 5*^ of 
September 1861. 

Cedars 5^^ April 1862 G. F. Baillairge, Sup. Eng^ Drawn by C. E. 
Michaud. Notes. 

Scales, Gunter Chains 40=1 inch. English Statute miles -|=1 inch. 
Nautical miles 1=7| inches. 148J x 53. 

Original, coloured MS. W. 

333. Western Division of the Cap de Chatte and Great Fox River Road. Map 

shewing the Proposed Main Road and the General Features of the Country from 
Cap de Chatte to the Great Magdalen River, a distance of 77 miles 34-08 chains 
on the South Shore of the River S^. Lawrence in the District of Gaspe, according 
to a Survey and Exploration of G. F. Baillairge, Civ. Eng. and P. L. S. Acting 
under the joint authority of the Hon^^®. Commissioners of Public Works and 
Crown Lands, during the Winter and Spring of 1861. Cedars, 5"' April 1862. 
G. F. Baillairge, Sup. Eng"". Copious notes topographical &c., throughout the 
body of the map. 

Scales, Gunter chain 40=1 inch; Statute miles 1=2 inches. Nautical miles 
l=2i inches. 138 x 54. 

Original, coloured MS. TT^ 

334. Reduction de la Carte tracee par le Sauvage Ochagach et autres, laquelle a 
donne lieu aux Decouvertes des Officiers Francois representees, dans la Carte 
cy jointe. 

Publiee sous le Privilege de 1' Academic des Sciences, du 4 Septembre 1754. 
Carte Physique des Terreins les plus eleves de la Partie Occidentale du 
Canada. Philippe Buache. 

Echelle de Lieues, 75=1 inch. 14 x 10. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

335. Front of Certain Tracts of Land in the Seigniory of Cap de la Magdelin on 
the River S*. Maurice, property of H. Ogden, Esq'^., Surveyed for the Publ*^ 
DepartmS By order of H. R. Symmes, Esq^"., Ag*, E. J. Harkin Surveyor. Three 
Rivers, 12'!^ Febr^, 1872 Edw'^. J. Harkin. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 

Copy, bearing Public Works Stamp. W. 

336. Front of Certain Tracts of Land in the Seigniory of Cap de la Magdelin on 
the River S*. Lawrence, property of H. Ogden, Esq""., Surveyed for Publ^ Works 
Departm*. By order of H. R. Symmes, Esq'"., Ag*., E. J. Harkin Surveyor, 
Three Rivers, 12"^ Febr^, 1872 Edw^. J. Harkin. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 19i x 14J. 
Original. W. 

337. Plan Shewing the Cap Rouge Bridge and the Grounds adjacent. No. 1 

Quebec, Aug. 1839. Hacker and Fletcher, xirchs. and C. Engineeers. 
Scale, 50 feet to 1 inch. 15i x 19^. 
Original, stamped ' Board of Works Office Document.^ W. 

338. Plan of a proposed Bridge with Swivel draw Bridge for River Cap Rouge. 

P. Fleming, 18^^^ Ocf 1839. William Burry, William Burry, Jr., Adam Steven- 
son, William M'^Kinlay, J. M'^Cord, Ch. B^ Works. Samuel Keeefer, Sec^. 
Witness: Charles Hudson, Thomas A. Bigly. 

Scale, 3 feet to 1 inch. 53i x 19. 

Original, stamped ' Board of Works Office Document.' W. 



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339. Design for a Bridge proposed to be constructed at Cap Rouge on the site of 
the present Bridge. Hacker and Fletcher, Architects, &c. 

Scale of 12 feet to an inch. 31^ x 23. 

Original, stamped ' Board of Works Office Document.' W. 

340. Plan of Center Frame of Swivel Bridge for Cap Rouge. P. Fleming, Oct^ 18«>, 
1839. 

Scale, 1 inch to the foot. 29i x 18|. 

Original, stamped 'Board of Works Office Document.' W. 

341. Plan of Center Frame of Swivel Bridge for River Cap Rouge, by P. Fleming, 
Oct''. 1839. William Burry, William Burry, Jr., x\dam Stevenson, William 
M^Kinlay, J. M°Cord, Ch. B^^. W'". Samuel Keefer, Sec>'. Witness: Charles 
Hudson, Thomas A. Bigly. 

Scale, 1 inch to the foot. 

Original, stamped ' Board of Works Office Document.' W. 

342. Plan of Platform for Friction Wheels and Pivot of Swivel Bridge for Cap 
Rouge. P. Fleming, Oct. 18, 1839. With sections and references. 

William Burry, William Burry, Jr., Adam Stevenson, William M^Kinlay. 
J. M'^Cord, Ch. B'^' Works, Samuel Keefer, Sec''. Witness: Charles Hudson, 
Thomas A. Bigly. 

Scale, J inch to every foot. 20^ x 28f. 

Original, stamped ' Board of Works Office Document.' IF. 

343. Sketch of the Country round Tyconderoga. With explanations. Done by T/. 
E: Meyer, of y*^ QO^^ Eeg^ 7| x 9|. 

Uncoloured MS. copy, from B series. 

344. Bataille de Carillon (1758) d'apres Thomas Jeffreys Ingenieur du Prince de> ■ 
Galles. 

Scale, 100 Metres to j of an inch. 5^ x 8. 

Plan du siege dii fort George dresse par Fernesie de Vesour le 12 Septem- 
bre. 1757. Depot des Fortifications des Colonies, N°. 516. 

Scale 200 Metres to f of an inch. 7^ x 6. 

Uncoloured MS. copies from maps in the Baby Collection in Laval Uni- 
versity, Montreal. 

345. Plan du Fort de Carillon et du Camp tranche qui fut fait pour Sopposer a 
I'attaque les Anglois avec I'ordre des Colomnes a action du 8 Juillet 1758. With 
references. 

Scale, 100 toises to 1^ inches. 19| x 12|. 

Coloured MS. copy of Plan in Paris, from F series. 

346. Order of crossing the Lake Ticonderoga, July 21*^ 1759. lOf x 18^ 

Uncoloured MS. copy from M series. 

347. Order of crossing the Lake Ticonderoga, 1759. 16 x 12i. 

Uncoloured MS. from B series. 

348. Restoration of Fort Ticonderoga on Lake Champlain for S. H. P. Pell, Esq., 
Alfred C. Bos-som, Architect, Xew York City, 1909. 19^ x 14. Sun-print copy. 

349. Plan of Proposed Booms at Carillon Surveyed for the Department of Public 
Works, by J. F. Gaudet, P. L. Surveyor and C. E. Three Kivers March 1872. 

Scale of feet, 200 to one inch. 
Original. W. 



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350. Sketch of the Village of the Cascades. With notes. (1S20). 12^ x 8. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

351. Plan of part of the Government Ground at the Cascades, showing the proposed 
exchange of Land with Captain .Johnson, Sam^ Eomilly, Capt. Koy\ Eng^. Com^. 
Dist: With a note of Capt. Johnson's proposals by W. B. Marlow Lieu*. Royal 
Eng^^, May 26*^ 1824. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 20 x 16|. 
Copy of original from C series. 

352. Plan and Elevations of the lower Lock Gates of the Canal at the Cascades. 
To accompany L^ Robe's report of 19^^^ of Xovember 1825. F. H. Robe, R.S.C. 

Scale of Plan, 25 feet to one inch. 9| x 7|. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

353. Plan shewing the relative position of the Government Batteaux Canals at 
the Cascades, Split-Rock and Coteau du Lac. Also, Sketch of the Canal Routes, 
between Montreal & Kingston. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Rl. Engineers, 
Canada. 5 August, 1850. R. J. Pilkington, Draftsman. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 44j x 32. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance Stamps. 0. 

354. Sketch of the Cascades Rapids from the Mill Point to the Cascades. Dec^ 
1850. Tho^ C. Keefer. With section. 

Horztl. scale, 100 feet to the inch. Vertical scale, 10 feet to tl;e inch, 39i 
X 29i. 

Original. W. 

355. Skeleton Plans, Longitudinal and Cross Sections of the Locks and Old line 
of Canal, together with the New Cut &c; which it is proposed to execute at the 
Cascades. R. S. Piper, Captain, Command^., Royal Eng''., Montreal District. 
Copied by T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman &c., Quebec. 

Scale, 30 feet to the inch. 62^ x 16i. 
Copy from C series. 

356. Plan Shewing the position of the Locks at the Mill Rapid and Cascades with 
the situation for a Canal proposed to be cut across the neck of Land above them. 
Gother Mann, Col. Command^. Ri. Eng-^^, Quebec 24^1^ Dec'"., 1800. With notes. 

Scale, 150 feet to an inch. 29 x 21^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

357. Section of the Ground & Plan of proposed Canal & Locks across the Neck 
of Land above the Cascades. Gother Mann, Coll Comms. PJ. Eng., Quebec, 
24^^ Dec, 1800. Course of the proposed Canal from the Cataraqui River to the 
Grand River, N. 5° East. Distance 1,500 feet. Difference of level, 13 feet 8 
inches. 

Scale, 25 feet to an inch. 65 x lOi. 

2 plans, Original, and Copy. Original bearing the Board of Ordnance 
stamp. 0. 

358. Sections of the Ground & Plan of the Canal & Locks across the Neck of 
land above the Cascades. XoA^ember 1802. 

Scale of plan 25 feet to an inch. Scale of section 16 feet to an inch. 64^ x 
25i. - 

2 plans, bearing the Stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

359. Map of Survey and Cross Sections of Ground with Plan of Proposed Mill Sites 
on the Late Ordnance Property along the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Canal at the 
Cascades. From measurements and levels taken the 29^^ & 3r* August k 



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l*t of September 1857. Cedars 19^^ September 1857. (Sigiied) G. F. Baillarge. 
Scale, fifty feet to an inch, Engh. measure. 461 x 27. 
Copy. W. 

360. Cedars Rapids with Commodore Owen's Eeport, 1815. 4 x 3§. 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 

361. 'Cedars' Rapids and Shoals from 'Point au Diable' to the * Mill Point,' 
Dec"-., 1850. Tho\ C. Keefer. 20 x 25|-. 

Original. W. 

362. River St. Lawrence from Cedars Mill to Foot Beauharnois Canal. Beau- 
harnois Canal, September 1852. James Stewart. Plan referred to in Report of 
25**^ May, '53. The proposed piers are marked in red. Samuel Keefer. C. E., 
Montreal, 25* May 1853. 

Scale of English chains, 3=1 inch. 139 x 40-|. 
Coloured MS. copy. IF. 

363. Map and Cross Sections of Late Ordnance Property at the Cedars Village. 

Cedars, 23'''^ September 1857. Signed by G. F. Baillarge. 

Drawn on a scale of fifty feet to the inch, English measure. 21i x 14. 
Copy. W. 

364. Cedars Canal Survey. Cross Section of the River St. Lawrence on a line from 
a point on the north shore about i mile below Pointe au Diable to station 21 on 
Grand He de Beauharnois. 1876. 

Scale, 500 feet to 2^ inches. Vertical, 10 feet to 2^ inches. 35| x 20. 
Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

365. Cedars Canal. Soundings of cross section of St. Lawrence River. 1876. 

37 X 26|. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. IF. 

366. Plan of the Buildings at Chambly. 1815. With notes. Signed, P. Murta B.M. 

16 X 12i. 

Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

367. Sketch of the Public Buildings at Chambly, 1815. Referfences 13 x 16^. 

Coloured MS. from C series. 

368. Sketch shewing the Encroachments made on Government Ground, Chambly. 

^ov. IP^ 1818. E. W. Durnford L^ Col. Comm^. Rl. Eng. 15 x 9f. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

369. Disposition of Proposed Guard House, Chambly. Sam^. Romilly, Capt. R. Eng. 
Coni^. Dist. Henry Briscoe, Lieut. R. EngJ•^, (1819). 10 x 7-}' 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

370. Plan shewing encroachments made on the Government Reserve at Chambly. 

Samuel Romilly, Capt. Royal Eng". Henry P. Bruyeres, Lieut. Royal Engineers. 
20-1 X 16. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

371. Plan shewing encroachments on Government Reserve at Chambly. 1819. 
Samuel Romilly, Capt". Royal Eng''^ Henry P. Bruyeres, Lieut. Rov. Eng". 

201 X 15|. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

372. Plan showing encroachments on Reserve at Chambly. 1819. Sam^ Romilly, 
Cap. Roy', Eng. Henry P. Bruyeres, L^ Roy. Eng'"^ 10 x 16. 

Coloured MS. from C series. 



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373. Plan showing encroachments on the Government ground at Ghambly. 1819. 
Samuel Romilly, Captain Eoyal Eng''^ Henry P. Bruyeres, Lieut. Royal ~Eng^. 

201 X 16. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

374. Sketch of a piece of land at Chambly. Peter Murta, 7'^ March 1821., 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 7x9. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

375. Chambly — G-eneral Plan and Thirteen Plates of Buildings. A complete set of 
original plans, bearing stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

They are as follows: — 

a. Plate 1. — Chambly, Government Reserves A B C D from the centre of the 
Port to A. 1,917 english feet or 10 Arpents. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. 
Eng., Canada Sept^ 24t>^ 1823. Sam^. Romilly, Capt. Roy\ Eng^, Com^. District 

Scale, 1,000 feet to 51 inches. 20|- x I64. 

t. Plate 2. — Chambly, Plan of the Fort, with section through the Fort. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. EngT., Canada, Sept^ 24^'^ 182.3. 

11 X 16|. 

c. Plate 3. — Chambly, Artillery Buildings. Cooking houses, Engine house. 
Forge, Gun Shed, and Stable. With notes. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Eng., Canada Sept^ 24*1^, 1823. Sam^ Romilly, Capt. R. Eng. Com^. Dist. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. lOi x 17^. 

d. Plate 4. — Plan, section and elevation of Stone Barracks for 972 men. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engi-., Canada, Sept^. 24^^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 17^ x 10|. 

e. Plate 5. — Chambly, Commissariat Buildings erected in 1814. Store house. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Eng., Canada, Sept. 24th, 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 17 x 10'. 

/. Plate 6.— Chambly, Commiss'^^ Quarters and Office. N°. 11 Comm'^ Store 
House. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Ryl. Eng., Canada Sept^. 24*^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10| x 17. 

g. Plate 7. — Chambly, Engineer Office and Quarters; Stable to Government 
House; House purchased in 1814 for the Commanding Officer, and Guard House 
built in 1814. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada Sepf. 24*1^, 
1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10| x 17. 

h. Plate 8. — ^Chambly, Plan of a Lot of Ground purchased by the Government 
in 1814. Engineer Blacksmiths shop, and temporary barrack and Storehouse, 
R^ Engineer Dep*. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada Sepf. 
24*'* 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. lOj x 19|. 

i. Plate 9.— Chambly, Officers Quarters. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Eng., Canada Sepf. 24th i823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10| x 17. 

;. Plate 10. — Chambly, Hay Shed, Officers Quarters unserviceable, building 
converted into an Hospital for the 19 L. Dragoons, 1815; and Bake house. E. 
W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, Sept^ 24*^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 101 x 17. 

k. Platfe 11. — ^Chambly, Cavalry Barracks — E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Eng., Canada, Sept^ 24*1^ 1823. 

Scale 20 feet to an inch. 17 x lOf. 

I Plate 12.— Chambly, Cavalry Stables erected in 1813 and 1814. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg Ryl. Engr., Canada Sept^ 24*^^ 1825. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. lOi x 17. 



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m. Plate 13.— Chambly, Cavalry Building erected in 1814, 1815 and 1816. 
Mes-shovise, Cook house, Hospital, stables. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Eng., Canada, Sept^ 2^'^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10| x 17. 

n. Plate 14. — Chambly, Eoyal Engineer's carpenter shop, stables &c. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Ryl. Engr., Canada, Quebec, Sept^ 24^^ 1823. :N[on- 
treal, Aug 8^'*^, 1823. 10* x 15* inches. 

376. Section through Cavalry Stables, Chambly. — Shewing present state of the 
Building and proposed Repairs. Sam^ Eomilly, Capt. Commg. El. Eng.. 10^^ 
June 1824. llj x 7*. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

377. Plan of Colonel De Saleberry's Lot of Ground at Chambly shewing the piece 
of Groimd solicited stained Yellow, and his encroachment within the Government 
Boundary line. Black. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, March 23''<^, 1826, 
Quebec. 

Scale of 40 feet to one inch. 14^ x lOf. 
Original, coloured MS. 

378. Plan of the Eastern End of Grand He .'^hewing two modes of Defence proposed 
for the Same, the one in Eed and the other in Black line. (1828). 161 x 10^. 

Original, uncoloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
the Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

379. Plan, shewing part of the Bason of Chambly and Work proposed to be erected 
on the N. East end of the Grand Isle. Wi^h explanation and note. ' True copy.' 
E. Figg, L*. Col. W. Engrs. (1826-8). Scale, 12 inches to one mile. 23| x 19^. 

Coloured MS. copy of plan, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

380. Survey of the Basin of Chambly showing Grande Isle formed by the junction 
of the Little Eiver Montreal with the Eichelieu. "With references. W. B. Mar- 
low, Lieut. Eoyal Engineers, Montreal, March 15'^ 1828. Scale, 6 miles to one 
inch. 29| x 19^. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

381. A Plan of the Government Property at Chambly. With note. E. S. Piper 
Cap*. Com^. Eoyi Engineer, ]\rontreal District, (1831). 

Scale, 200 English feet to one inch. 21^ x 17. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

382. Sketch of a proposed Garrison Bakery at Chambly. 1839. 8 x 10. 

Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

383. Relative Plan of the Government Buildings at Chambly. N°. 1. With 
references. P. Cole. Major E^. Eng^, Aug^, 1840. H. C. B. Moody, L*. W. Eng". 
4^"^ Dee^., 1840. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 16-^ x lOf. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

384. Plan of The Eastern Township Main Road from Chambly to Granby.— X°. 1. 
Surveyed and Drawn by Arthur Wells, Civil Engineer, Office of the Eastern 
Township Main Eoad S^ Cesaire, September 5*^^, 1845. 

Scale, J mile to 1 inch. 18^ x 25. 
Original. W. 



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386. Plan of The Eastern Township Main Road from Chambly to Granhy.— N°. 2. 

Surveyed and Drawn by Arthur Wells, Civil Engineer. 
Scale, i mile to 1 inch. 32| x 17*. 
Original. W.' 

386. Plan of the Cavalry Barracks at Chamhly, to be sold by Auction, on Tuesday, 
15th November, 1859. 

Advertisement plan. 11^ x 7i. 
Uncoloured print, from C series. 

387. Plan of Government Grounds proposed to be applied for, for Soldiers Gardens 
at Chambly. Chambly, C.E., April 2it^ 1866. 

Scale of 100 yards to 1 inch. 8 x 13. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

388. Plan of Part of Chambly showing a piece of land leased to the Municipality of 
Chambly. 1866. Joseph Weilbrennner, A.P. Bears the stamp — Quarter Master 
General, Montreal. Eec'^. Aug. 4 1866. 

Sur une Echelle de 60 pieds au pouce Anglois. 12 x 15i. 
Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

389. Champlain Town. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes letter to Lt. General Mann 
dated 16"^ Aug^ 1814. 

151 X 13. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

390. Chateauguay. Plan Elevation and Section of a Block-House proposed to be 
erected in advance on the Right Bank of the Eiver Chateaugay and River 
Raisin. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, Sepf^. 24"^. 1823. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 16i x 20|. 

Original, coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

391. A Survey of S*. Bernard's Island, at the mouth of the Chataugay River, 
with a Plan and Sections of the Hill at the West Point of it. 

Isle aux Noix, August 1825, Tho^. Luxmoore, Lieu*. Roy^ Engineers. R^. 
Engineer Office, Quebec, 20*'^ Nov'^, 1827. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 6 miles to one inch. Scale of sections, 120 feet to an inch. 23 x 19. 

One section attached — Scale 20 feet to an inch. W. Marlow, L^ Roy^ Engi- 
neers, Oct*" 2\ 1827. 

Original coloured MS. bearing stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

392. Plan of the Ordnance Property Surrounding the Blockhouse on the River 
Chateauguay, according to Deed of Sale from Hendry Craig to the Officers of 
Her Majesty's Ordnance, dated, 27*'' July 1839. With references. 

A. H. Freeling, L*. Royal Engineeers, 17*^ Aug^*, 1839. 

Rec'J with L*. Col. Oldfield's letter, dated, 19*^ Sepf^, 1839. With a memo- 
randum from the Deed of Sale by S. B. H., l^*'' Nov., 1839. 

Scale of 100 feet to an inch. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0, 

393. Abenaquais Indians. Plan of the Lands claimed by them. Chaudiere River, 

Quebec. Joseph Bouchette, S. Gen. llj x 17. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 



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394. Plan of the Town of Chicoutimi County of Saguenay. Drawn by P. L. Morin, 
Draughtsman, C. L. D. Crown Land Department, Montreal, 28 September 1849. 
T. Bouthilier. 

Scale of 8 chains to an inch. 16i x 23|. W. 

395. Plan of the Colonization-Road from the Government Eoad in the Township 
of Buckland to the Kempt or Mitis Road in the Township of Cabot Lower 
Canada Pursuant to Instructions from the Crown Land Department, 1857. 
Crown Land Department. Toronto, April 27*'^ 1858. Andrew Russell, Asst. Com- 
missioner. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 190 x 33. 
Original, coloured MS. /. 

396. Part of the County of Compton Eastern Townships C. E. With 'a list of 
Rivers, Villages and Roads. 

Scale, ^3360 or one inch to a mile. 

G. L. Le M. Taylor, 1st Batt. 16^1^ Regt., Nov. 1865. Department of Militia 
and Defence Ottawa March 4, 1910. Survey Division 1993. 49| x SO]-. 

Original, coloured MS. bears the stamp of Quarter Master General, March 
30, 1867. M. 

397. Plan of Coteau du Lac by Lieu^. Walpol(^Roy^ Engineers— Sepf. 14^^ 1815. 
With references and sections. Quebec 24**1 j^^^^g i^iq^ q Nicolls, LK Col. R*. 
Engineers. Roy'. Engineers Draw=. Room— Quebec, 28'^ May 1816. J. B. Du- 
berger, Jun'". 

Scale of plan, 80 feet to an inch; of sections, 20 feet to an inch. 19| x 16. 
Original, coloured MS. bearing- the stamps of the Inspector General of Eorti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

398. Sketch and Description of the Buildings in charge of the Barrack Department 
at Coteau du Lac. 1815. 12^ x 16. , 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

399. Coteau du Lac. A series of nine plans shewing fortifications, &c., as follows. 
They are all originals, bearing stamps of the Inspector General of Fortification^! 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a. Plate 1. — Coteau du Lac. With References. E. W. Durnford, Lt-. Col.. 
Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, Sepf. 24"' 1823. ■ 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 7. '/ ■ 

h. Plate 2. — Coteau du Lac. jSr°. 1 Blockhouse in tolerable repair. 'E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada. Sepf. 24^^ 1823. - . • , ' 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. ,, 

c. Plate 3. — Coteau du Lac. X°. 2 Blockhouse in a bad state, N°. -5 Block- - 
house, not worth repair. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng.. Ctinada, 
Sept^ 24*11 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. .; ■ 

d. Plate 4. — Coteau du Lac. Cooking house, log building, covered with sheei. 
iron, in good repair. Guard house, framed building, splinter proof, tinn-sd. roof, 
in good repair. Powder magazine, stone, splinter proof, covered with sheet, iron^, 
in good repair. Bake house, framed log building and stone foundation, covared 
with tin, in good repair. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, 
Sept^ 24*11 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

e. 'Plate 5. — Coteau du Lac. Stone splinter-proof Barrack for 288 men, 
tinned roof. In good repair. N". 8. Plan, section and elevation. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, Sepf. 24*11 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 17 x 11. 
233—4 R— 16 



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/. Plate 6. — Coteau du Lac. Temporary Officers Barracks, framed building- 
on stone basement, out of repair. ]Sr°. 9. Plans, sections and elevations. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, Sept^ 24*^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

g. Plate 7. — Coteau du Lac. Barrack Store house, a framed wooden building 
on a stone basement, in a very bad state. N°. 10. Plan, sections and elevations. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, Sept^ 24*^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch, 11 x 17. 

h. Plate 8.— Coteau du Lac. Public Buildings, outside the Port. Com- 
mandants Quarters, framed wooden building, on a stone foundation, clapboarded 
and shingled, in tolerable repair. N°. 12. Commissariat Quarters, the same as 
above. N". 11, Engineer Quarters, the same as above. N°. 13. Plans, section 
and elevations. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, Sepf^ 24* 
1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

i. Plate 9. — Coteau du Lac. Buildings outside the Fort. Carpenters shop, 
a wooden building, clapboarded and shingled, in good repair. N°. 14; Engineer 
Blacksmith shop, out of repair, ]Sr°. 15; Commissariat Storehouse and stables, 
wooden building boarded roof in bad order N°. 16; Comm*^. Barn in a very bad 
state not worth repairing. ]Sr°. 17. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., 
Canada, Sepf. 2^"-^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

400. Skeleton Plan of part of the Old Fort and Locks &c. at the Coteau-du-Lac, 

together with the New Line which it is proposed to adopt at that Station. R. S. 
Piper, Captain, Com^. R, E. Montreal District. Copy. E. T. Eord, Lt. R. E., . 
January 1832. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 34 x 32^. 

Coloured MS. from C series. 

401. Goteau-du-lac. Longitudinal Sections through Old and New Locks. N°. 2. 
Copy. R. S. Piper, Captain Coms. R. e. Montreal District. W. Yolland, Lieu*. 
R\ Eng^^ (1832.) 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 20| x 12^. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

402.- Coteau du Lac. 9^^ May 1834. 7 x 9i. 
Original, MS. from C series. 

403. Board of Works Copy of Plan and Section of a proposed alteration of the 
Bridge and Road opposite Fort Coteau du Lac. By P. Fleming. %^^ September 
'1889. 

Scale of plan, 10 feet to 1 inch : of section, 20 feet to an inch. 
Stamped 'Board of Works, Office Document.' IF. 

404. Sketch of the Coteau Rapids from Coteau Landing to Pt. au Diable, Dec^. 
'1850. Tho^ C. Keefer. 37| x 25|. 

... Original. W. 

405. Map of the Proposed Mill Sites and Cross Sections of Ground on Late Ordnance 
Property at Coteau du Lac. Surveyed and Levelled from IS* to 25* August 
1857. Cedars 11* September 1857. G. F. Baillairge. 

Scale, fifty feet to the inch, English measure. 27^ x 51^. 
Original. W. 

406. Plan of the Several Townships Situate on the Craig and Dudswell Roads 

In which a Proposed alottment of Land has been made for an Emigrant Settle- 
ment. By Jos. Bouchette, S. Gen\ Surveyor Generals Office, Quebec 24* January 
1820. H. Plan N°. 2. References. 



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Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 42 x 25. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

407. Canada East, ^[ap of the District of S*. Francis. From Surveys of British & 
American Boundary Commissioners. British American Land C°. Crown Land 
Department and Special Surveys and Observations under the direction of O. W. 
Gray, Topographical Eng''. Published by Putnam and Gray, 1863. 

Four Views of Eesidences and Public Buildings. 

Insets. — Richmond and Melbourne, Fitch Bay, Georgeville, Waterville, Massa- 
wippi, Hatley, Huntingville, Barnston, Derby Line, Sherbrooke, Lennoxville, 
Magog, Coaticook, Danville, Cookshire, Eaton, Nicolet. 

Scale, 1 inch=l mile. 61^ x 61^. 

Coloured print. 

408. Dalton. Dept. of Crown Lands, Quebec, Xov. 15"\ 1S6L Traced 16*'^ Sept., 
'72. Copied, J. B., S. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 14| x 24. 
L^ncoloured MS. 

409. Plan de la Ville d'Aubigny, Situee au dessus de la Oote Sud'Est du Fleuve 
Saint Laurent vis a vis la Ville de Quebec. Arpentee en Juillet, 1849, par Pierre 
Lambert, A. P. — Scale, 100 French feet to g of an inch. 19 x 23:^. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

410. Explanation of a Fort Projected at Dechambault, made by order of the 
honourable General James Murray in the year 1761, by Cap*. Sam^ Holland, 
of the 60**^ Reg^ With reference to the Fort, the Church and the landing place 
of General Murray. Sketched from an Original of Major Hollands. Endorsed : — 
' In L*. Gov. Simcoe's of the 23 Feb., 1794.' 

Scale of 500 feet to an inch. 18 x 13. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

411. Plan of The Seig^. of Desrosiers situated in the District of Three Rivers bounded 
to the X. W. in front partly by the Fief Pierrville and partly by the Seig^. of 
S*. Fran(;'ois, to the S. E. in Depth by the Township of Upton, on the X. E. side 
by River S^. Frangois, and on the S. W. West and South by Bougmarie East, 
Lavaltiere and partly by the Seig-. of De Ramsay. Surveyed the outlines in 
the Month of March, 1810; and the West line of Upton and Subdivision in the 
Months of Aug^. Sep*''., October and part of Xov'. of the same Year. Agreeable 
to the Field Books and pur* to Letters of Instructions from J. Wertel, Esq''., the 
proprietor and Seig''. of said Seigniory. Longueuil Xov''. 26*"^ 1810. References. 
This is a copy of Wm. Sax, S.G., D.P.S. Joseph Bouchette, S.G. 

Scale of 8 arpents to an English inch. 53 x 26. 
Coloured MS. S. 

412. Carte du Comte des Deux-Montagnes dam la Province de Quebec — D'Apre^ des 
Arpentages Faits par J. H. Leclair A.P. pour la Confection du Cadastre. S*. 
Jerome Juin 1888. 

Echelle d' Arpents 12^=1 inch. 47 x 44. 
Coloured litho. 8. 

413. Inland Revenue Map of Eastern Canada. 1884. E. Miall, Commissioner, 
Weights and Measures : Gas and Gas-Meter Inspection, with list of offices. Blatch, 
Del. A. Mortimer, Lith., Ottawa. 

Scale, 40 British miles to an inch. 34^ x 16^. 
Coloured litho. 

414. Map of the Eastern Portion of the Dominion of Canada shewing the Railways 
in operation 1884. Collingwood Schreiber, Chief Engineer, Gov*. Railways. 
233—4* 



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With a list of the Railways of Canada and miles of each in operation, and refer- 
ences. 

Scale, 50 miles to the inch. 2T|- x 14|. 

Coloured litho. B. 

415. Eastern Townships. Diagram of Sundry Townships, with which the height of 
Land may probably interfere — With remarks on the Boundary. By order of the 
Land Committee — Committee Eoom, Bishops Palace Quebec 10 IMarch 1793. 
Hugh Finlay — Chairman. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 151 x 10^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

416. Lower Canada— called the Eastern Townships of L. C. The whole of this 
Country which comprises many Millions of Acres of fine Land is rapidly filling 
up with people — and Post Offices will shortly be required in various parts of it. 
Gen^. Post Office, Quebec. 23'^ Nov-". 1830. J. A. Stayner, D.P.M.G. Showing the 
settlements between Nicolet and Stanstead and between Montreal ai^d Stan- 
stead. 16 X 13. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from M series. 

417. Sketch of the Eastern Townships of Lower Canada comprised in the Counties 
of Missisqui, Stanstead, Shefford, Drummond, Sherbrooke, Megantic and Xicolet. 
British American Land Companys Office, 1 Freemans Court Cornhill 23 Feb- 
ruary 1833. This is the Sketch referred to in the letter to The Right Hon^'* 
Viscount Howick of this date. John Eeid pro: Secretary. 17^ x 12 J. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

418. Plan of The Stanstead Branch of The Eastern Township Main Road. Sur- 
veyed and Drawn by Ai'thur Wells, Civil Engineer. Abbottsford, 9*^ December 
1845. 

Scale, i mile to 1 inch. 
Original. W. 

419. Map of Part of the Eastern Townships of Lower Canada Exhibiting Coloniza- 
tion Eoads, 1861. 

Surveying Branch, L. C, Joseph Bouchette, Dep. Sur. Gen^ Department of 
Crown Lands, Quebec 31^'^ Dec. 1861. Andrew Russell. Notes. 
Scale, 6 miles to one inch. 22 x 26. 
Uncoloured litho. W. 

420. Map of Part of the Eastern Townships of Lower Canada Exhibiting Coloniza- 
tion Roads, 1861. 

Department of Crown Lands, Quebec 31^*^ Dec, 1861. Andrew Russell, 
Assist. Commr. 

Scale, 6 miles to one inch. 22 x 27|. 
Litho. TF. 

421. Map of Part of the Eastern Townships of Lower Canada. Exhibiting Colo- 
nization Roads, 1861. 

Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, 31^*^ Dec. 1861. Andrew Russell, 
Assist. Commr. Burland, Lafricaine & Co., Montreal. 
Scale, six miles to one inch. 25-| x 30j. 
Plain litho. W. 

422. Map of The Eastern Townships of Canada, Compiled and engraved expressly 
for the Eastern Townships Gazetteer. Published by Smith & C°., S^ Johns. 1867. 

Scale of English Statute miles, 5 to 1 inch. 25J x 20. 
Uncoloured print. 

423. Sketch of part of The Eastern Townships and adjoining Seigniories Between 
the Rivers S^ Francis and Xicolet. Surveyed with Prismatic Compass by Cap^ 



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G. L. Huyshe, Eifle Brigade. Quarter Master General's Dept., December, 1868. 
2932. Department of Militia and Defence Ottawa March 14, 1910. Survey 
Division 1994. 

Scale, 1 Statute mile to an inch. 32 x 50J. 

Original coloured MS. M. 

424. Map of the Eastern Townships and adjacent portions of the Province of 
Quehec, From the Surveys of the Geological Corps. Alfred E. C. Selwyn, F.E.S., 
F. G. S. Director. Published by authority. 1875. Walker & Miles, Publishers, 
11 King St. West Toronto. Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 51 x 37^. 

Coloured print. 

425. Province of Quebec. (Eastern Townships Map). Geological Survey Depart- 
ment; Canada. Compiled and Drawn by Eobert Barlow, Chief Draughtsman, 
Montreal 1868, with additions and corrections to 1889, on the south side of the 
S*. Lawrence, by E. W. Ells, and N. J. Giroux, and on the north side, by A. P. 
Low and Eev. J. A. K. Laflamme. Explanations and notes. 

Nat. scale ^/^53440, or 1 inch=4 miles. 26 x 18^. 
Coloured litho. 

426. Diagram of the Township of Eaton. With references. Joseph Bouchette, D'. 
S^ Gen^. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 28j x 23J. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

427. Etang des Caps. Magdalen Islands. Plan and Sections Showing proposed Im- 
provements. By C. F. Eoy. P.L.S. 24 Nov. '79. 

Scale, 100 feet to 1 inch. 44j x 26^. 
Original. W. 

428. Point Coulanges. E. W. C. E. Owen, 30 June 1815. lOJ x 7. 

Coloured copy from Q series. 

429. Plan of Fort Levy upon one of the Islands Gallops in the River St. Lawrence 

since named the Island Royall from its being fortified. Besieged from the 22^ 
of August till the 25* when it Surrendered towards Evening. Surveyed by B. 
Eatzer. With explanation. Endorsed— In M. G. Amherst's of Oct. 4* 1760. 

Scale of 100 feet to the inch. 13J x lOJ. 

Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

430. Sketch of the Country between Fort St. Frederick and Fort Edward. Baron 

de Dieskau, S^^ Sept., 1755. (N°. 9). 18 x 11. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from M series. 

431. Carte de Phis, S*. Frederick Jusqu'a la Fin de la Riviere de Corlac. Execute 
par Mr, de Gaspe Commandant Tune des quatre Brigades a Carillon (1759). 
18i X 161. 

Uncoloured MS. copy of map in the Baby Collection, Laval University, 
Montreal. 

432. Sketch of the Country between Fort St. Frederick and Fort Edward, in Sir 

W. Johnson's Letter of Jany. 17* 1756. Baron de Dieskau, 8* Sept. 1755. 
7 X 8i. 
Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

433. Survey of a portion of the Graloppe Rapids River S*. Lawrence. Map N°. 1. 

Endorsed ' S^ Lawrence Eapids ]Sr°. 2. Maillefort.' Pencil Note ' Surveys of the 
Principal Eapids of the St. Lawrence between Prescott and Lake S^ Louis made 
under the instructions of the Com''^. P. W. by Messrs. Maillefert and Eaaslof, 
1854.' Division 1. Comprising the Galops Eapids. 



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Scale, 3 ehains=l mile. 371 x 24f. 
Original. W. 

434. Harbour and Bay of Gaspe. J. F. W. DesBarres, Aug. l^S 1781. 30* x 65i. 

435. Plan of the District of Gaspe By Joseph Boucliette, Surveyor General. 

Published by W. Faden, Charing Cross, Aug^^ 12"^ 1815. 
Scale, 8 miles to an inch. 24 x 19|. 
Uncoloured print from plate, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

436. Sketch of the Gaspe Roads. Kestigouche, 24:^^ Februarj- 1843. A. J. Russell 
20J X 161. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

437. Map of the Counties of Gaspe and Bonaventure. '^0. 3. Exhibiting the lands 
adjudicated, unsurveyed. Clergy Resei-ves, &c. &c. &c. Eeferenees. Crown Land 
Department Toronto 17'^' March 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner. Ee- 
duced and compiled from Original Surveys by G. G. Dunlevie, Surveyor and 
Draftsman, Crown Land Department. Maclear Co. Lithe. Toronto. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 48 x 26| ■" 

Uncoloured litho. o. 

438. Map of the Counties of Gaspe and Bonaventure. N°. 3. Exhibiting the lands 
adjudicated, unsurveyed, Clergy Eeserves, &c. &c. &c. Eeferenees. Crown Land 
Department Toronto 17"^ March 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner. Eeduced 
and compiled from Original Survej-s by G. G. Dunlevie, Surveyor and drafts- 
man. Crown Land Department. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 47i x 2'5|. 
Uncoloured litho. 

439. Map of the District of Gaspe and Part of the County of Rimouski. Compiled 
by E. E. Tache, P. L. S., and A. L. Eussell, Draughtsmen, Department of Crown 
Lands, Quebec, 31^*^ Dec, 18G1. Surveying Branch, . L. C. Joseph Bouchette, 
Dep. Sur. Genl. Andrew Eussell, Asst. Commissioner. 

Scale of 4 miles to 1 inch. 42 x 24. 
Uncoloured print. 

440. Plan of the Seigniories in the County of Gaspe To accompany Eeport Eelative 
to the Seigniorial Boundaries thereof. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec 
July 1861. 

Scale, 4 miles to the inch. 20| x 10|. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

441. Map of the District of Gaspe and part of the County of Rimouski. W. 

C. Chewett & C". Lith. Toronto. Department of Crown Lands Quebec 31 Decem- 
ber 1S61. Andrew Russell. Asst. Comr. Compiled by E. E. Tache P.L.S. and 
A. L. Eussell, Draughtsmen. 

Scale of 4 miles to 1 inch. 411 x 26|. W. 

442. Plan du Bassin de Gaspe. Indiquant la Division Des Deux Eives en Lots de 
Greve et d'Eau Profonde, fait en vertu d'Instructions de I'Honorable Conunis- 
saire des Terres de la Couronne. Bassin de Gaspe, Eevrier 1862. Ant. Painchaud, 
Arp^ Pro''^ Notes. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec Aug. 1862. Andrew 
Eussell, Asst. Commissioner. 

Echelle de 300 pieds au pouce. 531 x 30. W. 

443. Notre Dame or Shickshock Mountains. Peninsula of Gaspe. Panoramic View 
from the North East Peak of Mount Albert — 3,560 feet. Drawn by L. Lambe, 
from sketch by A. P. Low. Photo. Lith. by the Burland Lith. Co., Montreal. 



55 

To illustrate Report by A. P. Low for 1883. Geological and Natural History- 
Survey of Canada. 47 x 9J. 
Mezzo-tint litho. 

444. Sketch Plan of Gaspe Oil-Fields, Shewing Location of Wells. To illustrate 
Eeport by R. W. Ells. LL.D. 1902. Drawn for photo-lithography by V. Perrin, 
C. E. Geological Survey of Canada. Robert Bell, Sc. D. (Cantab). LL.D., M.D. 
F.R.S., Acting Director 1902. 

Scale, 2 miles to 1 inch. 19 x 9|. 
Coloured litho. 

445. Plan shewing the land taken by Government at the Gatineau for the use of 

the Works. Hull, March 7"% 1853, John A. Snow, Prov. Land Surveyor (N. M.) 
Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 30| x 22|. W. 

446. Revised Plan shewing the Land taken by Government at the Gateneau for 

the use of the Works. (Signed.) John A. Snow, Provl. Land Surveyor, Hull 
June 25^"^ 1853. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 35| x 22. 

Original. W. 

447. Plan and Section of Proposed Canal Connecting the River Gatineau with 
Leamy's Lake. W. A. Austin, C.E., P. L. Surveyor, Ottawa July 28^1 1864. Plan 
referred to in Contract ]S^°. 2717, signed this fourteenth day of Octobecr, one 
thousand eight hundred and sixty-four — With signatures of parties, witnesses, &c. 

Horizontal scale, 50 feet to an inch; vertical, 5 feet to an inch. 25 J x 29|. 
Original and copy. W. 

448. Plan. Figuratif, du Chemin de Gentilly Par F. L. Poudrier, D.A.P. Somerset 
Sept. 1845, by direction of N. H. Baird, Civil Engineer. Plan referred to in my 
Report and Estimate, X. H. Baird. Somerset, 10*^''^ October 1845. 

Echelle de 40 chaines dans un pouce. 34i x 69|. 
Original. W. 

449. Diagram of the Township of Godmanchester. Reduced from the Original 
Plan of Survey of record in Surveyor General's Office. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 22J x 17|. 
Coloured MS. 8. 

450. Plan of the Township of Godmanchester. Crown Land Office, Toronto, 1857. 
E. P. Tache, Actg. Commissioner. 37 x 23|. 

Original. W. 

45L Plan of the Gomin Road. Quebec 22<i Feb^. 1855. 
Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 15| x 11. 
Original. W. 

452. The Proposed Main Line from Granby to the Outlet, and the Branch thence 
to Sherbrooke. Table of distances. Arthur Wells. (1848.) 

Scale, 1 mile=2 inches. 103 x 30. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

453. Section of Projected Road from Grand Freniere to S^ Andrews. Surveyed 
3pt March 1846. By Duncan Sincliar, D^. Prov^. Sur"^.; W^. Teasdale, D^. F\ 
Sur'". Longitudinal scale, 20 chains to an inch. Vertical, 40 feet to a mile. 86| 
X 8|. 

Original. W. 

454. Plan of Projected Road from Grand Freniere to S*. Andrews. Surveyed 
31^t March, 1846. By Duncan Sinclair, D^. Prov'. Sur''. ; W"\ Teasdale, D^. 
Pi. Sur''. With Explanation. Scale, 40 English chains to an inch. 42 x 14*. 

Original. W. 



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455. Plan of Line of Proposed Road from Great Fox River to River Magdalen in 
the District of G-aspe. According to exploration made by G. F. Baillairge, Civ. 
Eng., during the winter of 1861. Drawn by C. E. Michaud. References and 
Tables of Latitudes and Departures. 

Scale of chains and Miles, 40 chains or * mile=l inch. 94 x 27. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

456. Plan of Proposed Glancing Boom at Greece's Point Surveyed at the request 
of H. R. Symmes. Esq., for the Dept. of Public Works, by J. F. Gaudet, Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyor, and C. E. Three Rivers, March, 1872. 

Scale of feet— 200 to 1 inch. 
Original. TT^ 

457. Plan of Proposed Glancing Boom at Greece's Point Surveyed at the Request 
of H. R. Symmes, Esq'^., for the Dept .of Public Works, by J. F. Gaudet, Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyor, and C. E. Three Rivers March 1872. 

Scale of feet=200 to 1 inch. 
Copy. W. 

458. Village of Grenville Comprising the South half of Lot N°. 7 in the 2°* 
Range of the Township of Grenville. 

The Streets are 1 chain or 66 feet wide. The Lots are 4 chains or 264 feet 
wide by 5 chains or 330 feet deep. Surveyor Generals Office, Quebec 29*^^ Ocf. 
1839. Jos. Bouchette, H. M. S. G\ L.C. 

Scale of 4 chains to an inch. 10 x 13j. 

Original coloured. S. 

459. Plan showing the Distribution of Crystalline Limestones of the Laurentian 
Series in various Townships between Grenville and Rawdon. Geological Survey 
of Canada. Sir W"'. E. Logan, F.R.S. Director. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. 

Scale, 3 miles to an inch. 19^ x 13|. 
Coloured litho. 

460. Grosse Isle. With references. W. Tolland Lieu*. Roy^. Eng^., 13^^^ May, 1832. 

Scale, 250 yards to an inch. 21-^ x 14|. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

461. Quarantine Station Grosse Isle. Prov: Que. Surveyed in November. 1876. 
Ottawa, 16 May 1877. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. Drawn by 
Stewart Derbishire. With a note concerning tides. 

Scale, 40 feet=l inch. 38* x 274- 
Original, bearing Public Works stamp. W. 

462. Carte Reduite du Golphe de S*. Laurent Contenant I'lsle de Terre Neuve et 
Partie de la Coste des Esquimaux I'lsle Royale, I'lsle S*. Jean et celle d'Anti- 
costi, &c. Dressee au Depost des Cartes Plans et Joumaux de la Marine pour 
le Service des Yaisseaux du Roi Par Ordre de M. Rouille Ch'^. Comte de Jouy 
&'=^, Ministre et Secretaire d'Etat ayant le Department de la Marine MDOCLIV. 
32^ X 20. 

Copy from Original in Colonial Office, London. 
Coloured MS. 

463. A Chart of the Gulf of S*. Laurence, Composed from a Great Number of Actual 
Surveys and other Materials, Reg-ulated and Connected by Astronomical Observa- 
tions. With a table of the Astronomical Observations on which this chart is 
grounded. London. Printed for and sold by Rob^ Sayer and Jn°. Bennett, N°. 
53, in Fleet Street, as the Act directs, 25^^ March 1775. 



57 

Scale, 5 miles to | of an inch. 21| x 26. 

Coloured print from the North American Atlas, by W. Faden, 1776. 

464. Carte du Golphe de S*. Laurent et Pays Voisins. Pour servir a I'Histoire 

Generale des Voyages. Publiee en 1780. 

Lieues Communes de France 50=21 pouces Anglois. 15 x 10. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

465. Hadlow. Plan of Kailway Terminals, with notes and a letter signed H. M. 
Fosdick, C.E., attached. Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 30^ x ISJ. 

Original, coloured MS. S. 

466. Diag:ram of the Township of Hamilton. Jos. Bouchette, S. Gen^ (1837). 

Scale of 80 chains to an inch. 12f x 16^. 
Original, coloured. S. 

467. Plan of the Township of Hereford shewing also the Indian Stream and part 
of the main Branch of Connecticut River. With references. Surveyor Generals 
Office, Quebec 27'^' Nov"^. 1835. Jos. Bouchette, H. M. S. Gen^ Lv O. ; ) Edw^. 
Short, Benjamin Pomroy. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 32 x 25:|. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

468. Figurative Plan of a portion of the Townships of Hereford and Drayton, the 

latter being commonly known by the name of Indian Stream Settlement. With 
References and Remarks. Edw'^. Short, Benjamin Pomroy, J. M'^Kenzie. True 
Copy from the original document deposited. Surveyor Generals Office, Quebec 
5^^ Feb^'. 1836. Jos. Bouchette, H. M. S. Geni. L. C. Line of Latitude 45" 
North as observed by R. Hayne. Cap'^. H. P. Royal Staff Corps, 5*^ January 
1836. 22 X 15i 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 

469. Diagram of the Township of Hereford. With references. Joseph Bouchette, 
D^. S. Gen. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 29^ x 24^. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

470. Diagram of the 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Ranges of the Township of Hinchin- 
brook. Reduced from the plan of actual survey of record in this office of The*. 

Carle veyor. Sur als Office, Quebec, 2°^ April 1838. 

(Township of Hinchinbrook). 

Scale, 50 chains to an inch. 22 x 17;^. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

47L Diagram of the Townships of Hinchinbrook and Godmanchester. W™. Sax. 
D. P. S. and Deputy to the Surveyor General. 
Scale of 80 chains to an inch. 21| x 17. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

472. House Harbour, Magdalen Islands. Plan and Sections of Shoals Showing pro- 
posed Improvements 1879, by Chs. F. Roy, P.L.S. 24 Dec., '79. To accompany 
report dated 19*^^ Jan^. 1880. Henry F. Perley, Eng^ 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch. 50 x 33|. 
Original. W. 

473. Plan of the Lower Village of Hull, Shewing its Position relative to the City 
of Ottawa. The Property of the Heirs of the Late Ruggles Wright Esquire. 
Surveyed by W. A. Austin, C.E., P. L. Surveyor. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 26| x 23|. 
Uncoloured print. 



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474. Isles Magdelaines Golfe St. Laurent levees en 176.5. Eeferences. 

Scale, Lieues maines, 4=2^ pouces Anglaises. 14^ x 9. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas G. 

475. The Magdalen Isles in the Gnlph of S*^. Lawrence. J. F. W. Des Barres, Sept. 
1, 1781. 

Scale, 2 nautical miles to one inch. 23 x 30j. 
Tinted lithograph from the Atlantic Neptune series. 

476. Plan of Isle aux Cochons Surveyed by Edv7<^. J. Harkin, P.L.S. Certified to 
be a correct plan of the He aux Cochons as resurveyed July S^, 1873. Cha^. F. 
H. Forbes, P.L.S. , Province of Quebec. Plan prepared from Original and Notes 
added by me in blue, G. F. Baillairge, DM. of W. Bears certificate of registration, 
signed by R. W. Scott, Sec. of State and E.G. of Canada, 1875. 23| x 16§. W. 

477. Plan of the Post at Isle aux Noix shewing the present state of the Works and 

those proposed for connecting them together. 1789. Quebec Gother Mann, 
Capf^. Command'. Rl Eng. Enclosed in Lord Dorchester's letter N°. 85 — Quebec 
14*1^ June, 1791. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 29 x 21f . 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

478. Topographic Map. Ontario-Quebec — Huntingdon Sheet. Department of Militia 
-and Defence. 1908. Geographical Section, General Stafl", N°. 2197. Ontario- 
Quebec 74° 00' — 45° 00'. Huntingdon Sheet. N°. 21. Contour interval 25 Feetr- 

Scale, %3360 or 1 inch=l mile. 30 x 24. 

479. A Sketch of the Islands Magdelene in the Gulph of S^ Lawrence in Latitude 
43d 10m North, 1756. 

Scale, one inch is one league. 14^ x lOf. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from M series. 

480. Plan of Isle aux Noix shewing the present and proposed works. Quebec May 
12*^ 1790. Gother Mann, Capt". Command^. W. Eng'". Enclosed in Lord Dor- 
chester's letter N"*. 85, Quebec 14*'^ June 1791. Vol. 50. B. T. Maps, Case 40-41. 

Scale for the plan 200 feet to an inch, for the section 10 feet an inch. 

56 X 25i. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

481. Plan of the Post at Isle aux Noix shewing the present state of the Works, and 
in Yellow those proposed for Connecting them. Gother Mann. ' Plan C Plate 
N". 2. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch; of sections, 10 feet to an inch. 29 x 21. 
Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

482. Plan of the Works at Isle aux Noix. Reference to Plan shewing the Situation 
of the Works and Buildings, together with the Defences for the Dock Yard at 
the Post at Isle aux Noix. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes letter to Lt. General 
Mann dated 16*^ August 1814. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 33-| x 23|. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

483. Plan shewing Buildings at Isle aux Noix, in charge of the Barrack Depart- 
ment. With References. (N°. 8.) (1815.) 16 x 12^-. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 



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484. Isle aux Noix, Kiver Sorel, Lower Canada, Proposed New Works, 1787. De- 
posited by Lieu^ Gen^ Mann, 12'*^ Dec, ISIO. Plan •' A.' with Plan ' B.' on extra 
map, inset, and sections. 

Scale of the plan, 200 feet to an inch; of the sections, 10 feet to an inch. 
56 X 24*. 

Original, coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. One of a series of two plans. 0. 

485. Plan of Isle aux Noix shewing a part of the adjacent Country on the banks 
of the River Sorel. Quebec 27^^ April 1816. G. Nieolls, Lt. Col. Com^. R. 
Engineer in Canada. With a raised attachment. Plan of the Xew Fort pro- 
posed to be erected for the protection of the Dock Yard & defence of the River 
Sorel or Richelieu. Received with L'^. Col. Xicolls letter to L*. General Mann 
dated Quebec 27 April 1816. John B. Duberger, Roy^. M^. Surv'^., etc. With 
sections. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 7li x 42f . 

Original, coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

486. Plan of Isle aux Noix. Col. Nicolls, 1816. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 70^ x 43|. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series — a replica of the preceding. 

487. Plan of He aux Noix shewing in strong lines the Parapet of the present, and 
in dotted that of the proposed Works. 1819. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 31^ x 15. 

Original uncoloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

488. Isle aux Noix. Plan of Fort Lennox, and 8 plates, buildings, &c. Progress Plan 
and section. These form a complete series of Isle aux Noix building plans, 
&c. The plates are all originals, dated 24^'' September 1823, bearing the stamps 
of the Board of Ordnance and the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

a. Plate 1. — Plan of Fort Lennox. In Execution, with References. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 18i x 13f . 

h. Plate 2. — Planj Section and Elevation of Guard House &c.. Fort Lennox. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. lOf x 16^. 

c. Plate 3. — Plan, Section and Elevation of Ordnance and Commissariat 
Stores. N°*. 2 and 3. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada. 104 
X I7i. 

d. Plate 4. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Magazine, Fort Lennox, also 
Engineer Store and Carpenters Shops. R .E. Dept. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. Rl. Eng. Canada. 10^ x 17. 

e. Plate 5. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commissariat Vaults. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. Sam^ Romilly, Capt. D. Engr., 
W. District. H. Servante, L^ UK Eng^^, Fort Lennox, Nov^''. 18ti\ 1822. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. lOj x 17. 

/. Plate 6. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Barrack at Isle aux Noix. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. in Canada; Sam^ Romilly, Cap. 
D. R. Eng. W. Dist. ; H. Servante, L^ R'. Eng'•^ 

Scale, 20 feet to 1 inch. lOj x 17. 

g. Plate 7. — Plan, Section and Elevation of temporary buildings. Isle aux 
Noix. Military Hospital, and Hospital for Civilians. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada. Sam^. Romilly, Capt. D. R. Eng., W. District; H. 
. Servante, L^ R^. Eng'^^ 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 10^ x 17. 



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h. Plate 8. — Plan, Section and Elevation of Ordnance Store, Isle aux Noix. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada; Sani^ Eomilly, Capt. D. E. 
W. District; H. Servante, L*. E^ Eng". 

Scale, 20 feet to 1 inch. 10 x 17. 

i. Plate 9. — Plan, Section and Elevation of Splinter-Proof Barracks, Isle aux 
Noix. E. W, Dnrnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada; Saml Eomilly, 
Capt. E. Engr. Commg. Dist.; H. Sei-vante, L*. E'. Eng". 

Scale, 20 feet to 1 inch. lOj x 17. 

j. Progress Plan. — Fort Lennox, Isle aux Noix, shewing the Public Buildings, 
and Lines of Sections. With Eeferences. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Coming. R. 
Engr., Canada; Sam^. Eomilly, Cap*. Com^. Eng^, Montreal District, Sep^^ B^ 
1823. Copy, Eoyal Eng'^. Drawing Eoom, 2P^ Nov^ 1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 20J -x 16^. 

A'. Sections of the Works at Isle aux Noix. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg, 
E. Engr., Canada, 1823. 

Scale, 10 feet to 1 inch, 17 x 10. 

489. Progress Plan of the Fortifications of Fort Lennox — Isle aux Noix. With 
explanation. Lieu*^, Col. Durnford, Couxm^. Eoyal Engineers &c., 1824. Shewing 
the part destroyed 2'^'^ August 1824. 

Scale, 120 feet to an inch. 10^ x 16^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

490. Progress Plan of the Fortification of Fort Lennox — Isle-aux-Noix. With 

explanations. Shewing the part destroyed 2""^ Aug^^ 1824. (Accompanied the 
Annual Estimates for 1825.) Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
Nov^ r^ 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comm^. El. Eng., Canada. 
Scale, 120 feet to an inch. 19 x 16. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

491. Section, showing the state in which the South West Curtain of Fort Lennox 
was found on Wednesday Morning, 2"^^ August 1824. Lieu*. Colonel Durnford, 
Commanding Eoyal Engineer, &c. 8-| x 10^. 

Original coloured MS. from C series, 

492. Sketch showing the state in which the South West Curtain of Fort Lennox was 
found on Monday Morning the 2"^ of August 1824. 7i x 12^. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

493. Proposed Plan for fitting up the Civilians Barracks at Isle aux Noix. Tho^ T. 
Luxmoore, Lieu^ Eoyal Engineers, 4'^'^ March — 1825 — Sam^ Eomilly, Captain 
Eoyal Engineers, Com^. District Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
March 31^* i825. 

Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

494. Plan shewing the Fortifications proposed for the Defence of the Naval Estab- 
lishment — Isle aux Noix. Sam^. Eomilly, Cap*. Com^. Eoy*. Engineer Montreal 
District; John Smyth, Lieu*. Eoyal Engineers. With references. Plan shewing 
the Ground claimed by the Dock Yard and the house marked a belonging to 
Antoine Bossi. P. Cole Cap*., Eoyal Engineers. Col. Durnford, Com^. Eoyal 
Engineer, Quebec June 6*^, 1828. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 15i x 8|. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

495. Skeleton Plan of Fort Lennox shewing the proposed Drains, Buildings &c. F. 
Wyatt, Master Carpenter, Isle aux Noix, 30*"^ June 1829. 

Scale, 80 feet to an inch, 19 x 24, 
Coloured MS, S. 



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496. Island of Orleans. Xear D". Lachance's — ^River Lafleur. With elevations. 
Bureau des Travaux Publics, Montreal 14me Juillet 1847. James Stewart, Ing'., 
G. F. Baillarge, DeF. 

Echelle horizontale des 100 pieds par pouce. Echelle vertical des 20 pieds 
par pouce. 

Original. W. 

497. Jacques Cartier Bridge. Eougli Levels and Measurements. Taken 9^^ Nov'"., 1346. 

Scale 20 feet to an inch. 34^ x 23|. 
Original. TV. 

498. Proposed Bridge over the River Jacques Cartier. Canada-East. Samuel 
Keefer, Eng^, B''. of Works, Montreal. Office of Board of Works. F. P. Rubidge, 
1845. 

Scales, General Elevation, Pig. 1, — 20 feet to an inch. 

Figs. 2, 3, 4, 5 — 6 feet to an inch. 

Figs. 6, 7 — 1 foot to an inch. 
Original, stamped ' Board of Works, Office Document.' IF. 

499. Proposed Bridge over River Jacques Cartier. Public Wo''ks Office. 1345. F. P. 
Rubidge. 

Details. Scales. Figs. 1, 2 — 8 feet to an inch. 

Figs. 3, 4, 5—4 feet to an inch. 33i x 23|. 
Original. H'. 

500. Plan of a Bridge — Jacques Cartier River. Office of Board of Works. 
Scales — Figs. 1, 2 drawn to a scale of 20 feet to an inch. 

3, 4 drawn to a scale of 6 feet to an inch. 
5, 6, 7, S, 9 drawn to a scale of 1 foot to an inch. 34 x 23^. 
Original, bearing Board of Works Stamp. W. 

501. Plan and Sections of the River and its Banks in the Vicinity of Jacques Car- 
tiere Bridge. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 39 x 23J. 
Original. IV. 

502. Land required for New Road connected with Bridge over Jacques Cartier 
River. January 25^^ 1S47. A. Bochet, Arp. P. This map shows the earth- 
works cast up by the French near Cap Sante in 1759, with note ' Les Frangais 
se retrancherent ici en 1759 apres la reddition de Quebec' 

Scale of 1 arpent, or 180 feet to 2^ inches, English. 62i x 22i. 
Original. W, 

503. Plan of part of the Jersey Falls Mining Location. Lith. J. T. Powers, 15 
Congress St. Boston. Pleniy Y. Hind, August, 1867. 

Scale, 4 chains or 264 feet to one inch. 13j x 18J. 
Coloured litho. 

504. Plan showing the Veins and Faults on the Jersey Falls Mining Location. 
County Beauce, Province of Quebec. Lith. J. T. Powers, 15 Congress St., 
Boston. Henry Y. Hind, Geologist. August, 1867. 

Scale, one quarter of a mile to one inch. 14 x 14f . 
Coloured litho. 

505. Jones Bridge. See River Richelieu. 

506. Plan of the Kempt or Metis Road from Lake Matepedia to the Seigniory of 
Metis. D. B. Papineau. C. C. L., Crown Land Office, Montreal Feb^. 1847. 

60 X 16i. 
Original. TT. 



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507. Map of the Kempt and Gaspe Roads. With explanations. A. J. Eussell, Sup- 
erintendent. 1847. 

Scale, 5 miles to an inch. 39 x 26^. 
Original. W. 

508. Plan of the Kempt Road from the S*. Lawrence to the Ristigouche shewing 
the proposed alterations, as described in A. J. Russell's Report and Estimate of 
the 17*^ April 1857. ^Yith a note by A. J. Russell. 

Scale, 1 mile to an inch. 90 x 36. 
Copy and original. W. 

509. Map of the Kempt Road from Pointe aux Snelles and of the Proposed New 
Road from Ste. Flavie Village on the South Shore of the River S^ Lawrence to 
Lake Matapediac and of a portion of Major Robinson's Line of Railway from 
Quebec to Halifax. With Remarks. Cedars 23'"'^ December 1858. (signed) G. F. 
Baillarge, Sup. Eng. 

Drawn to a scale of 1 mile to the inch. 30J x 30. 
Copy. W. 

510. Map of the Kempt Road from Pointe aux Snelles and of the Proposed New 
Road from Ste. Flavie Village on the South Shore of the S*. Lawrence to Lake 
Matapediac and of a portion of Major Robinson's Line of Railway from Quebec 
to Halifax. Remarks. Cedars 23'^' December 1858. G. F. Baillarge. 

Drawn to a scale of 1 mile to an inch. 38 x 30^. 
Original W. 

511. Plan d'un fort scitue au dedans d'une anceinte, pour etre construit au bord du 
Lac des deux Montagues, a la cote du nord, au detroit, enuiran a deux Lieiie au 
desus de L'Isle du Montreal, a la veiie du fort de Senneuille, scitue a la dite Isle. 
Fait a quebec ce 26 Oetobre 1719. Chaussegros de Lery. 

Echelle des toises 6i=un pouce Anglais. 15 x 22^. 

Coloured MS. copy of a plan in Paris with an ' Extrait de la Lettre Com- 
mune Ecrite au Conseil la quatorze novembre mil sept cent vingt un'; attached. 

512. Plan of Property belonging to The L'Assomption Lumber Comp^ — Known as 
' Petite He ' situate in the Parish of Lachenaye. Montreal 8^'^ September 1870. 
Made by H. M. Perrault, Provl Land Surveyor. With notes. U. Valiquet Del*. 

Scale, 150 feet to one inch, English measure. 57 x 17|. 
Copy. W. 

513. Sketch shewing the proposed Canal from Lachine on the Island of Montreal 
to below the St. Mary's Current, 1814. With note. W. H. Robertson. 

Scale, 5 statute miles to 3 inches. 14-^ x 8|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

514. Plan of Government property at La Chine, (1815). With references. 8 x 12^, 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

515. Plan of Ground between Montreal and La Chine shewing the line of the pro- 
posed Canal. Sam^ Romilly, Capt. Roy^. Engineer, Montreal 1817. (True copy). 
J. B. Duberger Jun''., Quebec Sept. 1817. 

Scale, 3 inches to a mile. 34 x 15J. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

516. Section of proposed line of Canal from Upper La Chine to S^. Mary's. Saml. 
Romilly. Capt°. Roy^. Engineer, Montreal 1817. (True copy). .1. B. Duberger, 
Jun^., Quebec Sept. 1817. 

Scale, 3 inches to a mile. 37^ x 12^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 



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517. Section through Bank at Navy Store. Lachine Canal. Sam^ Komilly, Cap*. 
Koyal Engineers. ^ Engineer's Office. Quebec Dec--. 4, 1818. 21* x 14^ 

Uncoloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

518. Plan of the Proposed Canal From La Chine to the foot of S*. Mary's Current, 
With its Collateral Branch to the Port of Montreal. Drawn by Alex''. Gibbs. 
Eeferences. 

Scale of yards, 400=1 inch; of Statute miles, i=lTs inches. 46^ x 20. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

519. Lachine — Ordnance buildings, &c. Seven plates, originals, bearing the stamps 
of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a. Plate 1. — Voyager's Barracks, Framed Building's on Stone Foundation's, 
Clapboarded. Shingled and Painted, in Tolerable Repair. Plan, section and eleva- 
tion. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. HI. Engr., Canada, Sept^ 24"' 182-3. 
Sam^. Romilly, Capt. Com. D. Eng. Royal Engineer Office, W". Henry, 19* 
May 1823; J. Pakenham, Rl Eng^ Dep'. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 11 x 17. 

6. Plate 2. — Commissariat Batteau Store, Framed Building, Stone Founda- 
tion, Clapboarded, Sbingled, and Painted, in good Repair. Stone Building for 
Boiling Pitch, Vaulted Roof covered with Sheet iron, and painted. Saml Romilly, 
Capt. Dis. Comg. Rl. Engr., E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 
Sepf. 24''', 1823. Royal Engineer Office, W"'. Henry, 19''' May 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

c. Plate 3. — ^Batteau Masters Quarter's Framed Building, Clapboarded, 
Shingled, and Painted, in good Repair. Guard House, a. Stone, b. Wooden Build- 
ing, Clapboarded, Sbingled and Painted, in Tolerable Repair. Royal Engineer 
Office, Montreal S^i^ July 1823. Sam^. Romilly, Capt. Comg. Rl. Engr.; E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr.. Canada, Sepf. 24''' 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 11 x 17. 

d. Plate 4. — Officers and Men's Barracks, Framed Building filled in with 
Logs, Stone Foundation, Clapboarded, Shingled and Painted, in good Repair. 
Bake House — Framed Building, Clapboarded, Shingled and Painted, in good 
Repair. Baker's Quarter's — Fram.ed Building. Clapboarded, Shingled and Painted, 
in Tolerable Repair. Sam^. Romilly, Capt. & D. Eng. ; E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. Rl. Engr.. Canada. Sepf 24*'' 1823. Royal Engineer Office, William 
Henry, 14*1' T^j^y^ i823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

e. Plate 5. — Commissariat Quarters, Framed Building filled in with Logs, 
Stone Foundation, Clapboarded, Shingled and Painted, in good Repair. Com- 
missariat Office, and Officers Quarter's, Stone Building, Shingled, &c., in Tolerable 
Repair. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. RL Engr., Canada, Sepf. 24*'', 1823. 
Sam'. Romilly. Cap. k D. Engr. Royal Engineer Office, W'. Henry, 16*'' May 
1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 11 x 17. 

/. Plate 6. — Barrack Store, Framed Building, Clapboarded, Shingled and 
Painted, in good Repair. Magazine, Stone Building, Splinter Proof, /covered with 
Sheet Iron, in good Repair. Engine House, Framed Building, Clapboarded, 
Shingled and Painted, in good Repair. Commissariat Provision Store, Stone 
Building, Shingled and Painted, in Tolerable Repair. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. Sepf. 24*'', 1823. Sainl. Romilly, Cap. and Com. D. 
Eng., Royal Engineer Office, W'. Henry, 17*'' May, 1823 ; J. Pakenham, R'. Eng'. 
Dep*. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 11 x 17. 

g. Plate 7. — Commissariat and Ordnance Store's, Framed Building, Clap- 
boarded, Shingled and Painted, with a Wharf in Front in good Repair. Royal 



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Engineer Office, W". Henry 19''^ May 1823. Sam^ Romilly, Capt. and D. Eng.; 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comnig. Rl. Engr., Canada, Sepf^. 24t^ 1823. 
Scale 20 feet to one inch. 17 x 11. 

520. Plan of part of S^ Ann's Suburb Representing the direction of the La Chine 
Canal through the different Properties. By Alex'^. Gibbs, 1823. 

Signed agreeably to the Report made this day by Mess". Isaac Shay, John 
Fry, and Charles Simon Delorme, Montreal 31^* July, 1823. Is"^. Shay, John Fry, 
, Charles Simon Delorme, G. Peltier, ]S^ot ; A. Jobin, Not. 
Scale of French feet, 100=1 inch English. 
Original, bearing the Board of Works Stamp. W. 

521. Plan of proposed improvements for the Basin of the Lachine Canal referred to 
in my Report, Peter Fleming, 6"' Jnly, 18-11. 

Scale, 55 feet=l inch. 57| x 35. 

522. Lachine Canal, Dominion of Canada, Connecting Lake St. Louis and the 
Harbour of Montreal on the River St. Lawrence. ^leau difference of level between 
Lake and Harbour 45 feet. Length of Canal, 8| miles; 5 locks, each 270 feet 
long, 45 feet wide. In course of enlargement by the Department of Public Works. 
General Map: Upper entrance Lachine; Lock supply weir & raceway S*^. Gabriel. 
Enlarged Map Cote S"^. Paul to Montreal.. Details and description. Drawn by 

C. E. Michaud, C.E. and P.L.S., assisted by Phs. Boulay and J. B. Bourgeois, 
under the direction of G. F. Baillairge, Asst. Chief Engineer. C. E. Michaud, 
(1844). 141 X lU. 

523. Lachine Canal Lock. X°. 3. Xew arrangement. Office of the Board of Works, 
Sept. 21, 1844. T. C. Connell. Scale, 16 feet to an inch. 

Drawing reduced by Photography to one-half the original size. 

524. Lachine Canal. Swing Bridge, 

Elevation. Plan and Section. (1844). 21 x 16i 

525. A Sketch of Lachine Rapids and Channels to Montreal. Dec'. 1350. Tho^ C. 
Keefer. 

Scale, 3i inches to 1 mile. 49i x 30. 
Original. 17. 

526. Map of Lachine Canal, between Lake St. Louis and Montreal Harbor. John 

Page, Chief Engineer. John G. Sippell, Supt. Engineer. Scale of feet, 8,000 = 
2i- inches. 23^ x 20. 

IJncoloured photo litho. 

527. Lachine Canal, Dominion of Canada, connecting Lake S"^. Louis and the Harbour 
of Montreal on the River S^ Lawrence. Mean Difference of Level between Lake 
and Harbour, 45 feet; Length of Canal, 8J miles; 5 locks each 270 feet long, 45 
feet wide. In course of enlargement by the Department of Public Works. John 
G. Sippell, Sup^ Engineer; John Page, Chief Engineer. 

Scale, 1/20000. 73^ x 38. 
Original. W. 

528. Topographic Map Quebec Lachine Sheet. Department of Militia and Defence, 

-1909. Geographical Section, General Staff, X°. 2197. Quebec 73° 30'— 45° 15'. 
Lachine Sheet, N°. 23. 

Scale, %3360 or 1 inch to 1 mile. 30 x 24. Contour space, 25 feet. 

529. Plan of Bridge Site at Lachute, S^. Andrew's, Jan. 1855. Arch. M<=Donald, 
Civil Engineer. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 28 x 19a. 
Original. W. 



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530. La Cole. (Plate 1, N°. 7.) Plan &c., of Oven in good repair. Bakehouse, 
condemned. Barrack, erected in 1814 for 240 men, Logs, shingled, in a very bad 
state. A Barrack similar to the former, fitted up for 288 men, in good repair. 
These buildings are all on private property. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep', 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an Inch. 11 x 17. 

Original uncoloured MS. bearing stamps of Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

531. Sketch Map of the Lake Abitibi Region to accompany Summary Eeports by 
W. J. Wilson Ph. B., and J. F. E. Johnston, C.E. Geological Survey of Canada 
1901. 

Drawn for photo-lithography by O. E. Prud'homme. 760. 
Scale, 16 miles to 1 inch. 10^ x 12. 
Coloured litho. 

532. Lake Champlain. See also Carillon. 

533. Carte du Lac Champlain auec les Riuieres, depuis le Fort de Chambly dans La 
Xouuelle France jusques a Orange Ville de la Nouuelle Angleterre dressee sur 
diuers memoires. Endorsed, 1731, Carte du Lac Champlain. 

Scale, 8 leagues to 1^ inches. 18 x 13. 

Coloured M.S. copy from original in the Louvre at Paris. 

534. Designed Plan of a Fort and Batterys on the Ground of the Eetranchment in 
1755 for the defence of the Waters of Lake George, and for a Post to be Estab- 
lished there. 1759. With references. 

Scale, 400 feet to 1^ inches. 15^ x 18|. 
Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

535. A Plan of Lake Champlain. 1770. 

Scale of 15 leagues to 3i inches. 14 x 8^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

536. A Survey of Lake Champlain, including Lake George, Crown Point and S*. 
John. Surveyed by Order of His Excellency Major-General S'" Jeffery Amherst, 
Knight of the most Hon^^*^. Order of the Bath, Commander in Chief of His 
Majesty's Forces in K'orth America, (now Lord Amherst) By William Brassier, 
Draughtsman. 1762. With Observations, &c., from ' Topographical Descriptions,' 
by Gov''. Pownall. Also Explanation of the Engagement between Valcour Island 
and the Western Shore, October the ll*^ 1776. 

Scale, British Miles, 30 to 4| inches. 19 x 26. 

Inset. — A Particular Plan of Lake George. Surveyed in 1756. By Cap*. 
Jackson. With observations from Topog. Descrip. p. 13, by Gov^ Pownall. Lon- 
don. Printed for Eob*. Sayer & Jn° Bennett, Map and Sea Chartsellers N". 53 
Fleet Street. As the Act directs. Aug^* q^^, 1776. 

Scale of miles, 6 to 2| inches. 6i x 13. 

Coloured print, from the American Atlas. 

537. Plan of the New Line of Communication between Missiskoui Bay and St. Johns. 

Sami. Eomilly, 2T^ March 1817. 

Scale of ten miles to an inch. 12^ x 21. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

638. Sketch of the Posts at the entrance of Lake Champlain. 1794. 
Scale, 3 miles to an Inch. 9i x 12J. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

539. Map and Section of the intended Champlain and Saint Lawrence Rail Road, 

as levelled and surveyed by William R. Casey Civil Engineer and Hiram Corey 
233—5 R— 16 



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Land Surveyor. November 1834. Marked ' Duplicate,' with the Compiler's 
certificate. Scale, Arpents, dix au pouce. 48 x 15, 
Uncoloured MS. 8. 

540. Survey of some of the Townships Situated on the West side of Lake Champlain. 

Plan B. showing Godmanchester, Hinchinbrook, Hemmingford and Sherrington. 
Scale, 80 chains:=an inch. 
Original, coloured MS. 'S'. 

541. Lake Champlain — United States Coast and Geodetic survey. 4 sheets (U. S. 
Government Charts), as follows: — 

a. Sheet No. 1— From Rouse's Point to Cumberland Head. Issued January 
1879 Carlile P. Patterson Superintendent. Verified J. E. Hilgard Assistant in 
charge of Office. 

Scale, i/4oooo, or 1 kilometre=l inch. 27 x 36. 

h. Sheet No. 2 — From Cumberland Head to Ligonier Point. Note. Authori- 
ties. Issued January 1879. Carlile P. Patterson Superintendent. Verified J. E. 
Hilgard Assistant in charge of Office. 

Scale, %oooo or 1 kilometre=l inch. 27 x 36. 

c. Sheet No. 3.— From Ligonier Point to Cole's Bay. Notes. Authorities. 
Issued December 1880 Carlile P. Patterson Superintendent. Verified J. E. 
Hilgard Assistant in charge of Office. 

Scale, %oooo or 1 kilometre=l inch. 27 x 36. 

d. Sheet No. 4 — From Cole's Bay to Whitehall. Notes. Authorities. 
Scale, %oooo or 1 kilometre^=l inch. 27 x 36. 

542. Plan of Part of the Lake Saint Francis with Soundings fe'^^. Surveyed in 

1836 By Order of the Board of Commissioners Appointed under the Act the 6*'* 
Year of W°^. 4*'\ Chapter XXIII, for the improvement of the Navigation of 
the Kiver Saint Lawrence. By A. Larue, Provincial Surveyor. References. 

Scale, 5 French Arpents=| Inch English. 36^ x 26. 

Original, endorsed Board of Works. W. 

543. A Chart of the Estimated Survey of Lake S*. Francis, and Soundings. By 

order of the Board of Commissioners Appointed under the Act Chap. XVIII 
B^ Year, William IV, for the Improvement of the Navigation of the River Saint 
Lawrence. By David Thompson. Copied by S. Keefer, Ass^ Eng^ 

Scale, 800 yards=l inch. 61^ x 21^ 

Coloured MS. W. 

544. Sketch of Lake S*. John and of River Chamouchouan with part of the 
Environs, compiled from french field notes of Explorations and measurements in 
that Section by R. R. Father Jesuits : 

A more regular plan of the aforesaid operations can be seen in the Crown 
Land Office (at present in Toronto) as also in the Crow.n Timber Office of Three 
Rivers from which last office I have been furnished with plans that have enabled 
me to produce the present sketch and remarks of the said Jesuits : By the said 
Remarks it is seen that the country they explored at that distant period is a well 
timbered country which if still so, the said timber could be easily floated down 
to the Lake S'. John. (Signed) George Duberger, Crown Timber Agent, Chicou- 
timi 24th October 1856. 36f x 26. W. 

545. Plan of Lake S^. Louis between Ste. Anne and Beaurepaire. Section No. 1. 
Montreal 18^'^ April 1902. (Signed) L. S. Pariseau, Eng. in charge. Plan reduced 
by D. A. M. 

Scale, 500 feet to one inch. 45J x 21. ♦ 

Coloured litho. 



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546. Plan of the Survey of Lake S*. Louis with Soundings &c. Performed in 1836 
By Order of the Board of Commissioners, Appointed under the Act the 6*^ 
Year William IV. — Chap. XXIII. for the Improvement of the Navigation of the 
Eiver Saint Lawrence. By A. Larue, Prov^. Surv'". References. 

Scale, 5 French Arpents to | Inch English. 67 x 26|. 
Original. W. 

547. Map of Head of Lake St. Louis showing accumulation of the ice 5th of May 
1874. J. C. Tache J"', del*. Pencil note. Cette Echelle je suppose est de 800 
pieds au pouce. G. F. B. 

Scale, 12 J feet to 1 inch. 14-1- x 15^. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. 

548. Lake S*. Peter. Enlarged from Bayfield. Shewing Dredging Operations, and 
Winter Survey on the Ice, for Harbour Commissioners. Hon. John Young, Chair- 
man. Tho^ C. Keefer, Eng"". Harbour Commissioners, 29 Great S*. James' Street, 
Montreal March 1st, 1856. 

Scale, 1 nautical Mile to 1| Inches. 33J x 22^. 
Bears the stamp of the Public Works. W. 

549. Plan of the Government Ground at Lake Temiscouata. To accompany List de- 
manded by the Inspector General of Fortifications. With References and Table of 
Titles. Signed True copy of Plan surveyed on the 21^* July 1840 by Andrew Russel 
P.L.S., Richard Burnaby, Lieut. Royal Eng'-^ Jan^^. 8^^, 1842. P. Cole Major Dist. 
Ri. Engineer Jan^. S^\ 1842. W. C. Ward, L*. Col. R^. Eng^^ Comm^. Montreal, 
20'h Jany. 1842. 

Scale of 100 feet to an inch. 23 x 23. 

Coloured MS. copy bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

550. Sketch of the Lake Temiscouata Road. In this Sketch the shore of the Lake is 

taken from careful Surveys performed by M'". Andrew Russell and M"". Ware, 
and is therefore correct, but the Road is laid down from cursory survey only. By- 
town 6*^^ Dec' 1847. A. J. Russell. 

Scale, 40 Chains to an inch. 29| x 18|. 

Original. W. 

551. Sketch of the Lake Temiscouata Road. In this Sketch the shore of Lake is 
taken from careful Surveys performed by M"". Andrew Russell and M'. Ware, and 
therefore correct, but the Road is laid down from cursory Survey only. ' Signed ' 
Bytown 6^^ Dec"^ 1847. A. J. Russell. 'Copy,' Public Works Office, Montreal 
Dec. 13"^ 1847. 

Scale, 40 Chains to an Inch. 27* x 20. 
Coloured MS. W. 

552. Plan des Ihfferentes Lignes Explorees pour le Chemin Temiscouata 1854. Plan 
A. A. (Signed) J. F. M'^Donald, Civil Engineer. (Signed) O. !>. Fournier, 
Arp*'. Prov^. With references. 

Echelle de 80 Chaines au Pouce. 38 x 67. 
Copy. W. 

553. Plan des Differentes Lignes Explorees pour le Chemin Temiscouata 1854. 
Plan A. A. O. B. Fournier, Arp^ Prov. ; J. F. M'^Donald, Civil Engineer. 

Echelle de 80 Chaines au Pouce. 88 x 49. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

554. Plan of the new Temiscouata Road in the County of Temiscouata Lower 
Canada. Surveyed for the Department of Public Works in 1861-1862, by Joseph 
Rosa, Superintendent, and J. Craddock Simpson, Ass^ Sup*^. & Draughtsman. 
With profile of the road and Topographic and Magnetic notes. 

233— 5i- 



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Scale, 40 Chains to an Inch. 156i x 47^. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

555. Chemin Temiscouata. Plan indiquant remplacement ehoisi pour la construction 
d'un Pont neuf sur la Riviere du Loup pres du Debarcadere du Grand Tronc. 
Par P. H. Parent, S^^. Plavie 1" Octobre 1864. 

Echelle de 40 pieds anglais au pouee. 22 x 16 1. 
Original. W. 

556. Geological Map of a group of townships adjoining Lake Timiskaming, County 
of Pontiac Quebec by Morley E. Wilson, 1906. 

Sources of Information compiled and draw.n for photolithography by G. G. 
Aitken, from surveys by Morley E. Wilson, and plans of surveys of the Crown 
Lands Departments of Quebec and Ontario. C. 0. Senecal, B.A. Sc. Geographer 
& Chief Draughtsman. Canada, Department of Mines, Hon. W. Templeman,- 
Minister, A. P. Low, Deputy Minister 1907. Preliminary Edition subject to 
revision. 'N°. 1,007. 

^^ Scale, 2 statute miles to 1 inch=M26-2o. 17| x 21. 

Coloured litho. 

557. View of the Village of Laprairie And of the Wharves there; View of the 
Wharves taken from the Beach, 26;^ x 25. 

Original, coloured, MS. S. 

558. Proposed Limits of a Circle at Laprairie. 18/11/1790. 

Scale of six Statute miles to an inch. 7| x 12. 
TJncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

559. Description — Return of the Government Buildings at La Prairie in Charge of 

the Barrack Department. 1815. (N". 13). With references. 12* x 16. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

560. La Prairie — Plans and Descriptions of Ordnance Buildings. A series of six 
plates, all bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance. 0. 

a. Plate 1. — Officers Barracks for 12 Captains and 24 Subalterns, logs framed, 
shingled and clapboarded, upper part plastered, in good repair. 1813-14. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24^1^ Sept^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an Inch. 17 x 11. 

l). Plate 2. — The Left wing is a similar building to this. Infantry Barracks, 
Eight wing, for 630 men and 2 staff Serjeants, a log framed building, shingled; 
in good repair. 1813-14. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24^^ Sept^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an Inch. 17 x 11. 

c. Plate 3. — Left wing of the Infantry Barracks to Contain 2 Staff Serjeants 
and 630 Men. Erected 1813-14. Framed Log Building, Shingled, in good repair. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24*^ Sepf, 1823. 
Scale, 20 Feet to an Inch. 17 x 11. 

d. Plate 4. — Guard house, a log building framed & shingled, in good order. 
Orderly room & Adjutant's Quarters, as above. Officers Quarters, Stone, in good 
repair, shingled roof. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24*^ Sept^ 1823. 
Scale, 20 Feet to an Inch. 17 x 11. 

e. Plate 5. — Bakehouse, framed & clapboarded, in very bad order. Barrack 
store house, framed, clapboarded, and in good repair. Cook house framed and 
clapboarded. 



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E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Coming. El. Engr., Canada, 24*'! Sept^ 1823, 
Scale, 20 feet to an Inch, 17 x 11. 

/. Plate 6. — Commissariat Store house, a framed building on stone cellars, 
clapboard, shingled and painted, in good repair. 1815. 

E. W, Durnford, Lt. Col, Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 24*^ Sept^ 1823. 
Scale, 20 feet to an Inch, 17 x 11. 

561. Plan of the Seigniory of La Salle and surroundings. 1808. 18 x 12. 

Partly coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

562. Topographic Map, — Quebec Laval Sheet. Department of Militia and Defence. 
1909. Geographical Section, General Stafi, X°. 2197. Quebec 73° 30'— 45° 30'. 

Scale, %3360 or 1 inch to 1 mile. 30 x 24. 
Contour interval, 25 feet. 

563. Plan de la Seigneurie de Lavaltrie, " Signe " Laurent Dorval, Arp'^ 1835 
Public Works Office, G. F. Baillarge, Del^. Village d'Industrie. 13*^^ Oct'« 1848. 
Remarque. 

Scale, 4 Arpents to 1-02 English Inch. 109 x 127|. 
Coloured MS. copy. IF. 

564. Plan of the Recent Landslide on Lievre River, near Buckingham, P.Q. To 

illustrate Summary Report of R. W. Ells, LL.D. Drawn for photolithography 
by P. Erereault. Geological Survey of Canada 1904. 

Scale, 12 Chains to 1 inch, lii x 10. 

Uncoloured litho. 

565. Liniere and Part of Marlow. The Kennebec Road forms the line of division 
between Liniere and Marlow. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec Nov. 1864. 

Scale, 1 mile to 1 inch. 24^ x 13. 
Partly coloured MS. 

566. Projecter-Pier at Two Several Sites at L'Islet. Examined & Surveyed in 
Oct^ 1846. F. P. Rubidge, Eng^ 

Scale, 200 Feet to an Inch. 33 x 22. 
Original. W. 

567. Sketch of L'Islet, shewing proposed sites for piers. References. L'Islet, 12 
Oct. 1846. D. G. Ballantyne, D.P.S. 

Scale of 200 feet to an Inch. 191 x 16J. 
Original. W. 

568. Plan Shewing the Approach from the Main Road to the Proposed Pier at the 
North Western extremity of the Rock called Telegraph-Rock opposite the 
Village of L'llet. Examined and Surveyed in October 1851 and in April 1852. 
G. F. Baillarge, Prov. Land Surveyor, C. E., 8*^ April 1852. Notes and remarks 
signed by F^ Chalifour, Pierre Blanchet, G. F. Baillarge, Prov. L. S. Witnesses: 
B. Pouliot, Jr., O. E. Casgrain. 

Scale of 300 Feet to one Inch English. 14 x 24J. 
Original. W. 

569. Diagram of Long Point on the Front part of the Township of Wickham. Wm. 
Sax, D.P.S. acte. for Sur. Genl. 

Scale, 40 Chains to an Inch. 17| x 11^. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

570. Plan referred to in the annexed Act of Donation Signed and paraphed in 
varietur this third day of May one thousand eight hundred & fourteen. Lon- 
gueuil. (Signed) Joseph Simmons, I. W. Clark, A.D.C. G., Tho^ Barron, N.P. 
& H. Griffin, Not. pub, A True Copy of the original, H. Griffin, Not, pub. 



70 

Scale, 34 feet to an English Inch. 8 x 13. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

571. Longueil — Government Buildings. A Series of three Plates giving plans, 

&C. These are all originals, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a. Plate 1. — Plan of Gun Shed. With Elevations and Sections. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep^ 1823. Mont- 
real Alight 22, 1823. 

Scale, 20 Feet to One Inch. 17 x 11. 

h. Plate 2. — Plan of Commissariat Store. With Elevations and Sections. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep^ 1823. Mont- 
real, Aug* 22'i 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to One Inch. 17 x 11. 

c. Plate 3. — Plan of the Barrack. With Sections and Elevations. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep^ 1823. Mont- 
real, Aug*. 22, 1823. 

Scale, 20 Feet to One Inch. 17 x 11. 

572. Plan of Grounds at Longueiul (Opposite Montreal) Purchased by Government 
1846-7. Eeference. Note. To accompany Capt. Hornby's abstract of Expendi- 
ture on account of purchase of Land at Longueuil dated 26*'^ Aug* 1847. Phipps. 
J. Hornby, Capt. El. Engineers, 27*'^ Aug* 1847. With reference to the Command". 
Eoyal Engineers letter to the Inspectors Gen^ of Fortifications, dated 26*^* August 
1847. N°. 891. Eeduced from Original Plan by Cha^ Walkem, Surveyor & 
draftsman, 27*^ Aug*. 1847. W. W. Holloway, Colonel Com. E. Engr. 

Scale, 200 feet to an Inch. 54 x Yl\. 

Coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance Stamps. 0. 

573. Survey of the Waters between the Lorette and Cap-Rouge Rivers in the 
County of Quebec. Made with a view to ascertain the practicability of drawing a 
supply of water from the former for the latter and other proposed works for the 
improvement of the Mill site on the Cap Eouge river' — At the desire of M. Scott, 
Esquire. ' Signed ' J. Hughes, Civil Engineer, 31^* July 1833. With sections and 
note. 

Scale, 10 Chains to 1 Inch. 30i x 21^ 
Copy. If. 

574. Plan of Road from St. John's, Coy. of Gloucester. To accompany S. Sleeper's 
petition. 9*'' November 1770. 8^^ x 12. 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 

575. Route of the Canadian Couriers from Montreal to Skenesborough. Endorsed. 
Eoute of Canadian Couriers 31. 866 K. Finlay. Eec'\ 1788. Walsingham 
Coat of Arms. 

Scale of 10 Statute Miles to an inch. 8 x 26^. 
Coloured MS. copy of original in British Museum. 

576. Sketch Exhibiting a line of Communication, between Quebec and the District 
of S*. Francis, by the Rivers Becancour and S*. Francis. With Tables of Dis- 
tances and Difi^erences of Level. J. Jones. Set., Quebec. 

14f X 20J. 
Coloured print. 8. 

577. Sketch of the ' Kempt Road ' from the Ristigouche to the S*. Lawrence, July 

1839. With notes as to distances, and places for erecting accommodation for 
troops. lOf X 18i. 

Coloured MS. copy from M series. 



n 

578. Map of part of Lower Canada shewing the line of the Tache Road And 

other Colonization Branch Lines leading therefrom to the Seigniorial Parishes on 
the South side of the Kiver S^ Lawrence. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec 
February 1861. P. M. Vankoughnet, Commissioner. Note. S. P. Bauset, Drafts- 
man, Surveying Branch Canada East. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 38| x 25^. 

Coloured plate. *S'. 

579. Topographical Map of the Quebec Central Railway Drawn by ^. A. Mont- 
miny, Sherbrooke. 37 x 27. 

Blue print. S. 

580. Trace of Part of a Map of Lower Canada by W. Vondenvelden & L. Charland 
180-3. X.B. The Point A is 14 miles west of the Kiver Gosnish or Goynish. 
True Copy. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, May 23^*^ 1882. E. E. Tache, 
Asst.-Commissioner. 

Scale, 8 miles to an inch. 20| x 8h 
L'ncoloured litho. 

581. Map of the Province of Lower Canada, by Joseph Bouchette. Engraved by 
Walker, published by Faden, 1815. Also the western section of the same map. 
130 x 56 ; of the part 78 x 56, 

Engraved, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

582. Sketch of Several Townships that are in part Bounded by French Grants. 

With explanatory note. Joseph Bouchette, D. S. Gen^ 1818. 
Scale, 4 Miles to 1 Inch. 131 x 14. 
Original, coloured MS. ^• 

683. Plan of part of the Province of Lower Canada, shewing the Townships on the 
South side of the S*. Lawrence, but more particularly intended to exhibit the 
proposed allotment of land set off for the Emigrant Settlement. Surveyor 
Generals Office, Quebec, 18"^ January 1820. Jos. Bouchette, S. Gen^. 

Scale, 8 Statute Miles to an Inch. 28| x 21. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

584. Figurative Sketch of the Country lying on the South Side of the River S*. 
Lawrence exhibiting the relative positions of the Townships in the districts of 
Montreal and Three Rivers, and their situation in respect to the French Settle- 
ments in the Seigneuries, and to Quebec and Montreal. Enclo. 2 in Mr. Felton's, 
10*11 September 1823. With References. 

Scale, 8 miles to one inch. 19| x 15-|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

585. Lower Canada. 

See also Province of Quebec. 

586. Connected Plan of the Several Townships Situated to the Southward of the 
River S*. Lawrence on which are laid down the Settlements & Roads from the 
best information. Also Shewing the Lands Granted and those Remaining Tin- 
granted in each Township With the proportionable Reservations therein Allotted 
& Appropriated for the Maintenance & Support of the Protestant Clergy within 
this Province and for the future disposition of His Majesty Compiled from the 
diiferent Actual Surveys which have been made since the year 1792. By Order of 
His Excellency, Sir Robert Shore Milnes, Bar*., Lieutenant Governor of the Pro- 
vince of Lower Canada &c. &c. &c. By Joseph Bouchette S. Gen^ Quebec July 
1805. Key Map. 

Scale, 6 miles, 2 French leagues=l inch. 36 x 21. 



72 

587. Connected Plan of the Several Townships Situated To The Southward of the 
River S*. Lawrence on which are hiid down the Settlements & Roads from the 
best information. Also shewing the Lands Granted and those Remaining- TJn- 
granted in each Township with the proportionable Reservations therein Allotted & 
Appropriated for the Maintenance & Support of the Protestant Clergy within this 
Province and for the future disposition of His Majesty Compiled from the 
different Actual Surveys which have been made since the year 1792. By Order 
of His Excellency Sir Robert Shore Milnes Bar^, Lieutenant Governor of the 
Province of Lower Canada &c. &c. &c. By Joseph Bouchette S. Gen^. Quebec 
July 1805. Endorsed. Sir Rob*. Milnes. Canada. N°. 64. 

Scale of two miles to an inch, or 1 French league to IJ inches. In 6 sections, 
each 38 x 30. 

Coloured MS. copy from original, in the Colonial Office, London. 

588. A New Map of the Province of Lower Canada Describing all the Seigneuries, 
Townships, Grants of Land, &c. Compiled from Plans deposited in the Patent 
Office Quebec; By Samuel Holland, Esq'" Surveyor General. To which is Added 
a Plan of the Rivers Scoudiac and Magaguadavic, Surveyed in 1796, 97, and 98, 
by Order of the Commissioners, appointed to lascertain the true River St. Croix 
intended by the Treaty of Peace in 1783 Between His Britannic Majesty, and the 
United States of America. London. Published by James Wyld, Geographer to 
His Majesty and to His Royal Highness the Duke of York. N°. 5, Charing Cross, 
April 12"! 1825. 

Scale of British Statute Miles, 50=4| inches. 35A x 23i-. 
Coloured print from plate. 

589. Lower Canada in Counties, as previous to Act of 1829. Lower Canada, as 
Divided by Act of 1829. John Arrowsmith. (2 maps on one sheet). With maps 
to be added to the Correspondence relative to the Re-Union of the Provinces of 
Upper and Lower Canada, 1840. 

Scale, English miles 40=1 inch. 16i x 20^-. 
Coloured litho from Imperial Blue Book. 

590. Part of Lower Canada. ]Sr°. 1. Showing the Seigniory of La Prairie de la 
Magdaleine, and the True Boundary and that claimed by the Indians. 1829. 
10 X 14f. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

591. Part of Lower Canada shewing the Counties of Drummond, Megantic, Sher- 
brooke, Stanstead, Shefford, and parts of Nicolet and Missisqui. 1832. J. Gait. 
16| X 12J. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

592. Sketch of Country between the Rivers S*. Lawrence & S*. John. P. J. 

Bainbrigge, Lt. R. E. J. Oldfield, Lt. Col., C.R.E. in the Canadas. 28 Nov'., 
1839. Copied. H. O. Crawley, Capt. R. Engineer, 30 Nov"^ 1839. With refer- 
ences and a table of distances. 20| x 12^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

593. Map of Lower Canada. N°. 1. Shewing the Proposed Land Agencies and the 
Townships distinct from the Seigniories. Crown Land Office, Toronto 12*^ 
March 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner. G. Matthews Lithographer, Mon- 
treal. 

Scale of Statute miles, 15= 1 inch. 56^ x 20J. 
Uncoloured print. 

594. Map of Lower Canada. N°. 1. Shewing the Proposed Land Agencies and the 
Townships distinct from the Seigniories. Crown Land Office, Toronto 12*^^ 



73 

March 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner. J. E. Bouchette, Draugf^, C.L.O. 
G. Matthews, Lithographer, Montreal. 
Scale of Statute miles, 15=1 inch. 58^ x 21. 
Coloured litho. S. 

595. Map of Part of Lower Canada shewing the line of the Tache Road and other 
Colonization Branch Lines leading therefrom to the Seigniorial Parishes on the 
South side of the River S*^. Lawrence. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec 
February 1862. P. M. Vankoughnet, Commissioner. Note. S. P. Bauset, 
Draftsman, Surveying Branch Canada East. Surveying Branch, L. C, Joseph 
Bouchette, Dep. Sur. Genl. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 36 x 23. 
Uncoloured prinj. 

596. Map of the Country North of the Montreal and S*. Johns Railway & be- 
tween the Rivers S*. Lawrence and Richelieu, C. E.. With notes. G. L. Le. M. 
Taylor, l^t B^tt, leth j^egt_ Department of Militia and Defence, Ottawa. Dec. 
1864. Mar. 14, 1910. Survey Division, 1989. K. 

Scale, 1 inch to the Mile. 28 x 59rl. 
Original coloured MS. M. 

597. Map showing the older Copper-Bearing Rocks of Southern Quebec. To illus- 
trate a Report by J. A. Dresser, M.A. Drawn for photo-lithography by L. N. 
Richard. Geological Survey of Canada, 1904. 

Scale of 10 miles to 1 inch. 16| x 11. 
Coloured litho. 

598. Plan Shewing the New Subdivisions of the Province of Lower Canada by 
Counties. Jos. Bouchette S. Gen' L. C. Surveyor General's Office, Quebec, IS*^"* 
March 1829. 73| x 23|. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

599. Map Showing Railways in parts of Quebec, 1905. (No. 5.) With the Report 
of the Department of Railways and Canals, 1906. 

Scale of 45 miles to one inch. 19| x 9. 
Printed Copy. 

600. Lower Canada. N°. 1. Shewing Communications and Settlements. 22 x 17^. 

MS. unsigned and undated, apparently intended to show military centres, and 
their environs. S. 

601. Map showing Railways in parts of Ontario and Quebec, 1907— No. 5. With 
the Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, 1907. 

Scale of 45 miles to one inch. 19| x 9. 
Printed copy. 

602. Map of Part of Lower Canada Shewing the roads under charter by the Quebec 
Turnpike-Trust made by order of C. AUeyne Esq'"., J. N. Poulin, Esq^ and T. 
Treaudeau Esq., Commissioners appointed to investigate into the affairs of The 
Turnpike Road Trust. Compiled and Drawn by James Cane, C.E. References. 

Scale, 1 inch to 1 Mile. 50| x 38. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

603. Fief de Lussandiere situe sur le bord du Lac S*. Pierre, avec le memoire de 
Jean Baptiste Jutras Desrosiers, 8^^% 1738. With notes. 20| x 18^. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from F series. 

604. Plan of part of the Seigniory of Madawaska and Temiscouata Surveyed by 
William Ware & Andrew Russell, D.P.S. 1841. Public Works Office 1847. 



74 

Montreal, ll'ii Dec^ 1847. G. F. Baillarge DeP. 

Scale, English chains, 70= 1 inch: French leagues i=li inches. 19| x 27^. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

605. Malbaie and Grand Bale Road. Appendice No: 3. Avec Eemarques au sujet 
des principales Lignes de Chemins. G. F. Baillarge. 

Echelle de six Milles au pouce Anglais. 17 x 16-|. 
Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works. W. 

606. Carte de la Mantawa Presentee a L'Hon. Louis Archambeault par W^. T. S. 
Provost. Copiee par J.-B*^^ Derome, Arp*"". Showing chemin ouvert; chemin 
non ouvert mais trace et la Route suivie par I'honorable Louis Archambeault et 
ses compagnons de voyage en septembre 1869. Burland, Lafricain & C°. Montreal. 
25 X 17. 

Uncoloured litho. 

607. Megantic Court House and JaiL Plan, section and Elevation. 

Scale, S feet to one inch. 21 x 14. S. 

608. Megantic Court House and Jail. Rear Elevation of Buildings, General Plan 
of the Premises containing an area of One Acre, 1836. 21 x 14. S. 

609. Plan Exhibiting the Situation of the Megantic and S*. Francis Territory 

Lower Canada Crown Land Department, Montreal May 2'^ 1848. 20 x 16|. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

610. The Megantic and S*. Francis Territories. With a note. A. J. Russell. 27J 
X 20i. 

Coloured MS. copy. S. 

611. Plan of the Township of Matapedia. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, 
Aug^' 1862. Andrew Russell, Assist. Commr. 

Scale, 40 chains to an Inch. 29^ x 33|. 
Original. W. 

612-. Figurative Plan shewing that Lot Number Nine in the Eleventh Range of the 
Township of Milton is wholly covered by Lots Number Sixty five Sixty Six and 
Sixty Seven in the Eighteenth Range of the Township of Upton. Taken from 
an Actual Survey. By George F. Austin. Prov. Land Surveyor. S*. Hyacinthe 
Jany 1858. 171 x 10|. 

Original coloured MS. P. 

613. Plan of parts of the Townships of Milton and Upton in connection with Mr. 
Nagle's claim for indemnity. 1858. With notes. 11 x 14. 

Original coloured MS. P. 

614. Idee de la Rade du Mingan Suivant le Journal do la Fregate du Roy La Diane 

en 1755. 

Echelle, une Lieue Marine=3i- inches. 7 x 8-|. 

Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime, Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

615. Idee de la Rade du Mingan. Suivant le Journal de la Fregate du Roy La 
Diane en 1755. 

Echelle, une Lieue Marine=3J ponces. 7x8. 

Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime, Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

616. Chart of Mingan Island. J. F. W. DesBarres. August the 1^^ 1781. 

21| X 32. 

Tinted plate from the Atlantic Neptune series. 



75 

617. Map of the Entrance of Monk Channel Eiver St. Lawrence South Shore. 
William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. Surveyed August 1878. By F. M. 
Hamel, Assistant Engineer. Drawn by U. Valiquet. 

Scale, %8oo, 400 ft. to 1 inch. 39i x 18. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

618. Paroisse de N. D. du Mont-Carmel. 2^'»e Feuillet. With notes. 19| x 41|. 

Original, coloured MS., unsigned and undated. W. 

619. Plan Officiel de la Paroisse de N. D. du Mont-Carmel. Comte de Champlain. 
Note. 

Echelle, 5 Arpents au Pouce. 73 x 42. 
Original, coloured MS. unsigned, undated. W. 

620. Plan de la Uille de Montreal, dans la Nouuelle France, fait a Montreal, ce 21 
aoust 1729. Chaussegros de Lery. Avec ' Kenuoy.' 

Echelle, 100 toises a 2^ pouces. 27 x 19|. 
Coloured MS. copy from original in Paris, 

621. Sketch of the Ferries from the End of the Island of Montreal to L'Assomption 
and Repintigny. With notes on the Ferries, their rates, advantages and dis- 
advantages, by David Thompson, Surveyor. 

Scale, 1000 French feet to 1| inches. 29 x 20^. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

622. Lake George, Army of. Endorsed ' Order of Battle ' in M. G. Amherst's of 
June 19, 1759. Major General Amherst, Commander in Chief. Brig'. Gen^ Gage. 

Coloured MS, from M series. 

623. Plan of the Town & Fortifications of Montreal, or Ville Marie in Canada. 

Inset. — View of the Town, &c., of Montreal. Engrav'd for the London Mag. 1760. 
Scale, 240 English Yards=l inch. 10 x 7^. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

624. Plan of Government Ground at Montreal. With references and notes. 

15| X 12i. 

Coloured MS. copy from B series. 

625. Seminary of St. Sulpice, Montreal. 1790. L. Guy, D*. Arp^ 

Coloured MS. 

626. Seminary of St. Sulpice, Montreal, 1790. Le quel plan Je Certifie conforme aux 
Mesures prises sur le terraine par L'Arpenteur, Soussigne ce 6, 8'^^^ 1790. (Signed) 
L. Guy, D*. Arp"". With references. 

■ Scale of 35 feet to one inch. 17^ x 14|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

627. Plan of the Magistrates of Montreal for improving the King's Ground. In M'. 
Clarks, 15**^ April, 1799. In black and white with the proposed appropriations 
marked in red ink. 14-| x 8|. 

Original, from C series. 

628. Plan of the Town & Fortifications of Montreal Shewing the Reserves now 

proposed to be made for Military Purposes. 1802. Also shewing the incroach- 
ments which have been made on the King's Ground as stated by John Collins 
Esq''. Deputy Surveyor General in 1768; & by Cap*^. Humfreys, B}. Eug^ 1799. 
Submitted by Gother Mann, Col^. Command^. K^ Eng^ Quebec 11 Nov. 1802. 
References. 



76 

Scale, 112 feet=l inch. 56^ x 18^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

629. Plan of part of the Town of Montreal. With Eeferences. E. S. M. Joseph 
Bouchette, S.Geni., 1804. 

Scale, 100 feet to an Inch. 14 x 10. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

630. Plan of the Citadel Hill Montreal, and the Kip^'s Reserve contiguous. 
Shewing the Buildings belonging to the Ordnance & Engineer's Depar*. With 
references. 

IST.B. There can be no objection to placing the New Reservoir in the situation 
marked f, or within the dotted line contiguous. Any other spot on the south side 
of the Hill will interfere with public buildings. 

R. H. Bruyeres, Capf^. Roy^ Eng''. 

See my Letter to Lt. Col. Bowes upon this Subject 25 June 1804. 

12 X Tf. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

631. Plan of the premises belonging to Lieu*. Colonel De Chambault, situate near 
the Quebec Gate of Montreal. By LI Charland, Land Surv. Shewing space of 
ground required for the use of the batteaux's yard. Montreal 10*^ July 1809. 

9| X 16|. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

632. Part of Lower Canada, including Montreal Island and Vicinity, shewing the 
Frontier Line. Received from Captain George Wright, R. Eng"^, G*^^ January 
1814. 

Scale, 4 Miles to an Inch. 19 x 15. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

633. Sketch and Description of Public and Hired Buildings in Charge of the Bar- 
rack Department at Montreal. 2G^^ June 1815. With References. 12| x 14^. 

Original drawing in inlv, from C series, unsigned, undated. 

634. Town of Montreal with the Rocks, Shoals, Soundings &c. in the Harbour, 

Shewing also the Improvements, Projected Canal, Squares &c. With references. 
This Map is the inset of Bouchette's map of 1815. 

Scale, 20 French Perches to 1^ inches. 32J x 161. 

Uncoloured print, bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions. 0. 

635. Plan de I'Eglise de Bonsecours, (Ville de Montreal), et du Terrein en dependant 
par J. Viger, Insp^ des Chemins. With an explanation dated 29 October, 1816, 
setting forth that the survey and plan were ' pour fixer les allignements des rues 
qui entourent le dit terrein.' 

Echelle de 40 p*^^. franc^ au pouce Anglois. 15i x 10. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

636. Plan of the RecoUet property at Montreal. 1817. Endorsed — Plan of the 
Recollet Property at Montreal. G. Henderson, Major, R^ Eng''^, 18 March 1817. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 13 x 19^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

637. Plan de cette partie de la Rue S*. Jacques, et de la Ruelle du Glacis, comprise 
entre la Place des Commissaires et la rue S*. Francois Xavier, A Montreal 
Dresse par J. Viger, Insp''. des Chemins, A.G., 1817. 

Echelle, 60 p*^^. Anglois a 1| pouces. 32 x 11|. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 



638. Plan de la partie Nord-Est du Champ de Mars de Montreal et des terreins ad- 
jacents; montrant comment on pent I'aggrandir et le rendre plus regnlier de ce 
cote. — ainsi que le terrein qu'il faudroit acheter pour continuer la rue Craig et le 
Canal jusqu'a la rue Sanguinet et elargir cette derniere rue. Par J. Viger, 
Insp''. de? Chemins Montreal, Avril, 1817. Avec les Eeferences. 

Echelle, 40 pieds frangois au pouce Anglois. 194 x 7|. 
Original coloured plan from C series. 

639. Montreal. A Son Excellence le Gouverneur en Chef. Plan figruratif de partie 
du Quartier Bonsecours, en la Ville de Montreal, et de la partie des Faubourgs 
S*. Louis et S*. Laurent qui I'avoisinent ; Montrant la figure et la situation d'une 
Place publique ou Xouveau Marche, qu'il est en contemplation d'etablir, au Fau- 
bourg S*. Louis, sur les projets de Mess'^ Les Commissaires des Communications 
interieures pour la Yille et la Comte de Montreal. Dresse par leur Ordre par 
J. Viger, Insp"". des Chemins. Montreal, 22 Dee. 1817. 

Sur une Echelle de 100 p*^^. Anglois au pouce. 11* x 23. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

640. Montreal. Sketch shewing the encroachments making by Mr. Busby. (Signed) 
J. Smyth, E.E. Royal Engineers Drawing Room Quebec 16**^ June 1818. Copied 
by Lieut. Jebb Roy^. Eng^. 15| x 10^. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

641. Town of Montreal included within the Old line of Fortification which is now 
almost entirely annihilated. With memo and notes. Eng''^ Drawing Room 
Quebec 12*^^ Oct^ 1818. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale, 400 feet to an Inch. 36 x 33. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

642. Town of Montreal included within the Old line of Fortifications, which is now 
almost entirely annihilated. 1818. With a memo. 

Scale, 400 feet to an Inch. 42J x 28. 

643. Plan of the Ground at the RecoUet Barracks Montreal shewing the proposed 
building lots and street. Engineer's OiEce, Quebec Xov''. 16, 1S18. 

Scale of 40 feet to 1 Inch. 21| x 14*. 

Original coloured MS. Xo. 2 of a series of 6, bearing the Inspector General 
of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

644. Plan of proposed Hospital for the Island of St. Helens, (X°. 7.) J. Smyth, 
Lieu^ Roy'. Engineers; G. Henderson, Major Roy'. Engineer. Engineers Office, 
Quebec Dec'. 1, 1818. 

Scale, 10 feet to an Inch. 184 x 14. 

645. Plan of the Ground reserved to Government at Montreal, (N°. 9). With 
a memo. Commanding Royal Engineers Office. June 26, 1819. 

Scale of 50 feet to an Inch. 21| x 17. 

646. Plan de la Pointe a Calliere, et de la partie de la Ville de Montreal qui I'avoi- 
sine ; Montrant, en particulier, les proprietes des Dames de L'Hopital General sur 
cette Pointe, et le project de I'ouverture de Rues jusqu'au Fleuve, en passant sur 
ces terreins. Dresse, sur les operations de M*"^®. Ch. Turgeon, Arp'". et accompagne 
de References, par J. Viger, Insp''. des Chemins, Montreal, 12 Fev: 1819. Avec 
References. 

Echelle de 80 pieds frangois au pouce Anglois. 27 x 19. 
Original uncoloured MS. S. 

647. Sketch of part of the Citadel Ground at Montreal shewing the intended pro- 
longation of Notre Dame Street through it — The Water-Works Reservoirs & lot — 



78 

the lot belonging to Jaques Viger, Esq''., and project for squaring the same by ex- 
change of Ground; and lastly the South easterly line of the Military Eeserve as 
fixed by His Excellency Sir Eob^ S. Milnes, Lieu*. Governor of Lower Canada 
in 1803. (Signed) by J. Viger Koad Insp^ Montreal 28*^ May 1819. With notes 
by Sami. Romilly Cap*., Eoyal Engineers. 17 x 11. 
Copy from C series. 

648. Plan of the Ground belonging to the Crown near the Quebec Gate Montreal. 

(N°. 2). Commanding Eoyal Engr's. Office Quebec June 26, 1819. 
Scale of 40 feet to one Inch. 21| x 17. 

649. Plan of Government Ground Montreal. (N°. 11). (Engineers Yard). Com- 
manding Eoyi. Eng^ Office, Quebec June 26, 1819. 

Scale, 20 feet to one Inch. 21J x 12. 

650. Sections of Gun Sheds and Workshops proposed to be erected at Montreal from 
Capt". Eomilly, El. Engrs., 1819. 

Scale, 30 Feet to one Inch. 12-1 x 14|. 

Original, coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

65L Lots of Government Land situated at the Corner of M'^Gill and S*. Jacques 
Streets in the Town of Montreal. Eoy^. Eng^. Office, Montreal. H. H. W. L* 
E. E., Saml. Eomilly, Capt., E^. Eng^^, 12*^^ May 1820. 

Scale, 20 French to 1 English Inch. 15 x llf. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

652. Part of Montreal. With a pencilled note. John Adams, June 1821. 

Scale. 13 feet=l inch. 32^ x 25. 
Coloured MS. copy. S. 

653. Plan shewing the Government reserve as it was before the Citadel Hill was 
levelled at Montreal. With Eeferences. Copied from Louis Charland's Survey 
dated 25th Jan^. 1803. Sam^. Eomilly, Cap*. E'. Eng'., Com^. Dist. 6*'^ Dec'" 
1821. 

Scale, 12 Toises to an Inch. 20-§ x 16^. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

654. Drawings Shewing Sections of Improvements, opposite Mill Street To accom- 
pany M''. Legge's Eeport. With notes and explanations. Eoberts & Eeinhold, 
Cromo-Lith. Montreal. 

Scale. 50 Feet to one Inch. 31] x 22. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

655. Ground Plan, apparently of a Goal. F. Cannon. 

Scale, 8 feet to one Inch. 18| x 24i. 
Coloured original MS. S. 

656. Plan of Government Reserve Montreal Shewing Proposed Ordnance Buildings 
with the Encroachments. With note on the encroachments. Sam^. Eomilly, Cap*. 
El. Engineer. About 1821. 

Scale, 50 Feet to an Inch. 23 x 14|. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector Gen- 
eral of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

657. Plan of Part of the District of Montreal. Traced from Bouchette's Map. 

Scale, 1 mile to § of an Inch. 21-J x 14]. 
Uncoloured MS. S. 



658. Plan of the floors of the Goal. Ces figmres ici sont presante a Messieurs les Co- 
missairs pour leurs donner une ide des planchers en epinette a la prison avec les 
calcules de chaque plancher faite. With estimates of quantities. J. B^'^. Bedard, 
Charpentier. 26J x 21. 

Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

659. Plans Sections and Elevations of Proposed Gun Shed and Work-shops. (Mon- 
treal). Sam^ Eomilly, Cap^ Roy^ Engineers. Abt. 1821. 

Scale, 10 Feet to an Inch. 221 x 16§. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

660. Proposed distrihution of Lots to be Sold on & near the Citadel Hill Montreal. 

Commanding Royal Engineers Oifice Quebec, Jan^'. 10*^, 1822. 
Scale, 144 feet French to One Inch. 10^ x 7^. 

661. Plan of Ground at Montreal in connection with the Petition of R. G. La- 
fontaine. (Sg.) Saml. Romilly, Cap*. Royl Engineers; G. Phillpots, Lieut. Royal 
Engineers, Command^. Roy^ Engineers Office Quebec, June 5, 1822. 

lOf X 8. 

Partly coloured MS. from C series. 

662. Proposed distribution of Lots to be Sold on & near the Citadel Hill Montreal. 

Commanding Royal Engineer's Office Quebec, Jan^'. 10*^ 1822. ' The part coloured 
red belongs to the Crown.' S. Romilly. 1,5 Sept. 1823. The lot coloured yellow 
belongs to the Honb. X. Grant. S. Romilly, Capt. R. E. 

Scale of 144 feet French to One Inch. 10^ x 7i. 

Partly hand coloured litho. from C series. 

663. General Plan of Government Ground and Buildings on and near Citadel Hill 
Montreal. Plate 13. With References and a Memo, re lots to be sold. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 24*^^ Sept'. 1823. 

Scale, 400 feet to 7 inches. 26A x 18. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance, and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

664. Plan and Elevation of 6 Log Huts proposed to be erected at S*. Helen's. N°. 1. 
Sketch of the manner in which it is proposed to supply the Barracks at S*. Helens 
with Water by lead Pii)es communicating with the River. Estimated Expence 
£220. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. St. Helens: 
Sept. 29*1^ 1823. George Phillpotts, Lieut. RL Engrs. 

Scale, 10 feet to an Inch. 21-| x 16|. 

L'ncoloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

665. St. Helen's Isle — Seven Plates. Shewing plans of Government Buildings &c, 

and progress plans; originals, bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

a. Plate 1.— Plan of Isle S*. Helen's. 

George Phillpotts, Lieut. R. Eng., Saml. Romilly, Capt. R. Eng., 24 Sep'"., 
1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. With references. 

Scale, 200 feet to an Inch. 204 x llf. 

h. Plate 2. — Plan of the Old Manor House, and Sections through the Barracks 
and Ramparts, the Magazine and Ramparts, and the Centre of the Store-houses. 

E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada 24 Sep'"., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an Inch. IDJ x llf. 

c. Plate 3.— Plan of Store-Houses at Isle S^. Helen's. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 



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Col. Commg-. Rl. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep"-. 1823. 

Scale, 20 Feet to an Inch. 32 x 18, in three parts. 

d. Plate 4. — Plan of a Powder Magazine to contain 5,000 Barrels. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg., El. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep^ 1823.' 

Scale of 20 Feet to an Inch. 16^ x 10^. 

e. Plate 5.— Plan of Barracks at S*. Helen's. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep"-. 1823. 

Scale of 20 Feet to an Inch. 11| x 18i. 

/. Plate 6. — Plan of Powder Magazine to contain 1,500 Barrels. Isle of S*. 
Helens 1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg., E. Engr., Canada, 24 Sep^, 
1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an Inch. 16i x lOf. 

g. Plate 7. — Progress Plan of Works carrying on at S*. Helen's, September 
4t^ 1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada; Saml. Eomilly, 
Capt. Eoyal Engr.; George Phillpotts, Lieut., Eoyal Eng^ 

Scale, 50 Feet to an Inch. 20| x I64. 

666. Montreal — Ordnance Department — Set of Twelve Plates, original, uncoloured 
drawings of Government buildings, &c., bearing the stamps of the Inspector Gen- 
eral of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a. Plate 1. — Eoyal Engineer Yard, and Workshops Montreal. Montreal 15''^ 
July 1823. Tho^ C. Luxmoore, Lieut. Eoy^ Eng^\ Saml. Eomilly, Capt. Roy. 
Eng., Commg. Dist. E. W, Durnford, Lt. Col. Commdg., El. Eng., Canada. 
Quebec, 24*1^ Sept^ 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an Inch. 17^ x 12. 

h. Plate 2. — Ordnance Office, Montreal. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 17^ x 12. 

c. Plate 3. — Ordnance Yard, Montreal. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 17^ x 12. 

d. Plate 4. — Ordnance Yard, Montreal. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 171 x 12. 

e. Plate 5. — Ordnance Yard, Montreal. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 17^ x 12. 

/. Plate 6. — Main Guard House, Montreal. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 8^ x 12. 

g. Plate 7. — Plan of the Quebec Gate Barrack at Montreal. Shewing present 
state of the Barrack, alterations made and alterations to be made. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 36 x 16. 

h. Plate 8. — Plan of the Ordnance Store in the Quebec Gate Barracks Yard, 
Montreal. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 23^ x 7|. 

i. Plate 9. — Plan of the Barrack Kitchen, Montreal. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 12 x 6. 

;. Plate 10. — Plan of the Quebec Gate Barrack Guard Eoom at Montreal. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 13 x Hi 

h. Plate 11. — Plan of the Magazine at Montreal. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16^ x 13. 

I. Plate 12. — Plan of the Commissariat Store, at Montreal. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 23 x 19. 

667. Elevation and Plan of an Ordnance Office Proposed to be built at Montreal 

on a Lot of Ground near the Eiver, which is to be received in exchange for the 
present One marked ]Sr°^. 35 and 36; and which situation will be more advan- 
tageous for the Office, the Difference of Value of Lots ]SI'°. 50 where the Office is 
proposed to be built, and the above, to be applied towards the Erection of the new 



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One. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Kl. Eng., Canada. Saml. Eomilly, Capt. 
Eoyal Engrs., 1824. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. lOg x 17. 

Uncoloured MS. Xo. 13 of Ordnance Annual Estimate for 1821, bearing 
stamps of Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

668. Sketch shewing the Encroachments on the Beach at Montreal by Mr. Porteous, 
which stops the passage of boats proceeding along shore from the Barracks on 
their way to St. Helen's. With References. Saml. Romilly, Capt. El. Engr. 
Commg. Dist. ; George Phillpotts, Capt. Eoyal Engr., St. Helen's, 21st Nov., 1825. 

12| X 8. 

Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

669. Section through the Wall and Yard of the Depot Magazine on the Island of 
St. Helen's. With explanations. J. Clarke, M.C.; J. 0. Cardene, Cap. E.E. 
Commg. District. 1826. 

Scale, \ inch to one foot. 16^ x 9|. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

670. Proposed distribution of Lots to be sold on and near the Citadel Hill, Montreal. 
Commanding Eoyal Engineer's Office, Quebec, Jany., 10th, 1822. S. Eomilly, 
Capt. El. Engr., Comd. Dist. Shewing lots sold to T. Busby, Jr., 20th March, 
1827. E. Bennet, Set., Quebec. 

Scale of 144 feet French to one inch. 10} x 7}. 
Litho., partly coloured, from C series. 

671. Sections in Connection with the Plan for the Defence of Montreal Mountain. 
El. Engineer's Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. 
Eoyal Engineers, September 30, 1827. 76J x 25|. 

Original, coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

672. Plan of Work proposed for the Montreal Mountain. (No. 1). Colonel Durn- 
ford, Commg. El. Engineer, Canada; E. Figg, Lt. Colonel Comg. El. Engineer, 
Montreal District, Sept. 30, 1827. El. Engineer Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. 
E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 100 feet to 1 inch. 87A x 25J. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

673. Sections in connection with the Plan of the Defence of Montreal Mountain. 

(No. 2.) El. Engineer Office, Quebec, 20th Nov. 1827: E. W. Durnford, Col. 
Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. E. Figg, Lt. Colonel Comg. El. Engr., Montreal 
District. 89 x 19. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

674. Plan of Comparison of a Part of the Montreal Mountain shewing the outline 
of a Fort proposed for its Defence. (No. 3). Copied by Capt. Piper, E.E., El. 
Engineer Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. 
Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 39 x 25i. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance Stamps. 0. 

675. Plan of the Mountain, Montreal, shewing the proposed Government Boundary 

by a Eed line. (No. 7). Colonel Durnford, Commanding El. Engr., Canada. 
El. Engineer Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. 
233—6 



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Engineer, Canada. W. B. Marlow, Lieut., Koyal Engineers, 15 August, 1827. 
E. Figg, Lt. Col. Comm. E. Eng., Montreal District. 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch. 38 x 254. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

676. Comparative Outlines of Projects for the Montreal Mountain, by Colonel Durn- 
ford, and Lt. Colonel Figg, R. E. shewing Colonel Durnford's proposed altera- 
tions. El. Engineer Office, Quebec, 28th Nov., 1827. Commg. El. Engineer, 
Canada. 

Scale, 100 yards to an inch. 21 x 17. 

MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications 
stamps. 0. 

677. Limits of the proposed Fortifications on the Mountain of Montreal. E. Figg, 
Lt. Col. Commg. E. Eng. ; E. Piper, Capt. E. Engr. 8th December, 1828. 

Scale, 600 feet to one inch. 21 x 17. 

Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

678. Plan shewing the land upon the Mountain, near Montreal, purposed to be 
bought by Government. True copy, R. S. Piper, Capt., E. Eng. 

Scale, 600 feet to one inch. 194 x 15. 
Partly coloured MS. from C series. 

679. Plan of the Island of St. Helen's, shewing the several Buildings, Gardens, 
Orchards, Meadows, Ferries, Eoads, &e., &c. E. Piper, Capt. Eoyal Eng., Montreal, 
7th Sept., 1829. With references and a note. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 21^ x 17. 
ITncoloured manuscript, MS. copy, from C series. 

680. Proposed distribution of Lots to he Sold on and near the Citadel Hill, Montreal. 

Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, Jany. 10, 1822. Shewing Lots 
occupied by Government, Lots sold and lots remaining to be sold. E. S. Piper, 
Capt. El. Eng., Eoyal Engineer's Office, Montreal, 1st Dec, 1829. E. Bennet, 
Sur., Quebec. 

Scale, 144 feet French to one inch. 10^ x 71. 

Coloured litho from C series. 

681. Sketch showing in Yellow the Grovernment Property that remains unsold. 

With the nun^ber of Toises in each. Wm. Shand, Overseer of Works, 1829. 
Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 22| x 17. 
Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

682. Plan of the Church and Presbytery at Caughnawaga. With references. E. S. 
Piper, Capt. E. E., Montreal, 5" May, 1830. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 21 x 17 1. 
ITncoloured MS. from Q series. 

683. A Progress Plan, Explanatory of the Works now under Contract in the Port of 
Montreal, those proposed to be carried on during the present year and a part of 
those proposed to be continued in 1832. Jany., 1831. With explanations, and an 
over map. 

Scale, of 120 feet to one inch. 
Original, coloured, unsigned MS. 8. 

684. To His Most Excellent Majesty King William IV. This Topographical Map 
of the District of Montreal, Lower Canada, exhibiting the New Civil Division 
of the District into Counties pursuant to a recent Act of the Provincial Legisla- 
ture; also a large section of Upper Canada traversed by the Eideau Canal, is 



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with His Majesty's Gracious and Special Permission, most humbly and gratefully 
dedicated by His Majesty's most devoted and loyal Canadian Subject, Joseph 
Bouchette, His Majesty's Surveyor General of the Province and Lieut. Colonel, 
C. M. 

Inset. — Continuation of the Eideau Canal to Kingston. Endorsed by J. H. 
Walker, 47 Bernard Street, Eussell Square. Published by James Wyld, Geographer 
to the King, Charing Cross, London, May 2nd, 1831. Eeferences. 

Scale, 23 miles=l inch. 89 x 39. 

Coloured print, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance Stamps. 0. 

685. Design for Improving the Government House, Montreal. (Xo. 3). H. Larke, 
Montreal. June, 1S3L 16} x 21i 

Original MS. shaded. S. 

686. Old Government House, Montreal, L. C. Plan of Upper and Ground Storys. 
W. B. Parry, Archt., &c., 1831. 16* x 22|. 

Original, MS. shaded. ^S*. 

687. Plan of Port and Harbour of Montreal. 1832. With references. 

Scale, 120 feet to an inch. 31 x llf. 
Original coloured MS. *S'. 

688. Plan of the Harbour of Montreal in Lower Canada. Shewing the imj)rovement3 
execute:! under the direction of Captain Piper, E. E., 1833. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 17 x 8. 
Tracing from Q series. 

689. Ground proposed to be purchased for a Commissariat Store at Montreal, 4th 

October. 1834. 

Scale, 80 feet to an inch. 8J x 8-}. 
Coloured MS. from C series, unsigned, 

690. Plan of the Island of Montreal shewing the portion of the Canal required at 
St. Anne's Rapid in order to render the navigation by the Rideau Canal com- 
plete. Sent with the Memorial of the Inhabitants of Bathurst, Johnstown, Ottawa, 
Newcastle and Prince Edward Districts. Jany,, 1836. 20^ x 13. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

69 L Map of the Montreal District, accompanying the Petition of the merchants of 
'Kingston, dated, 1st July, 1837. Praying for the construction of a lock at St. 
Anne's in the Ottawa Eiver. I7i- x 9A. 
Uncoloured MS. coT)y from Q series. 

692. Sketch of the Eoads from Montreal to Saint Eose by Cote des Neiges and 
Mile End from a survey made in 1839 by A. Stevenson, copied for the Board of 
Works. With Table of Distances. 21^ x 7*. 

Copy, bearing Board of Works stamp. TT. 

693. Sketch of the Montreal District, shewing the Military Posts in red as proposed 
in Lieut. Col. Oldfield's Memoranda, dated 21st March, 1840. P.Y. Bainbridge, 
Lt. Eoy. Eng., March 25th, 1840. 

Scale, 4 miles to 1 inch. 29f x 192. 
Original sketch. TF. 

694. General Distribution of the Common Gaol, Montreal. Surveyed and drawn by 
John Ostell, Architect and Surveyor. April 9th, 1840. With statistics. 

Scale of 30 feet to an inch. 20i x 28J. 
Original, coloured MS. 8. 
233—61 



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695. Plan of the Harbour of Montreal shewing the Proposed Breakwater. By order 
of the Commissioners. (No. 50). Montreal, May 25th, 1840. John Cliff. With 
Section and Elevations, also a Note. 

Scale, 120 feet to one inch. 50 x 28i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

696. Tracing of the Montreal Frontier. To accompany Lt. Col. Oldfield's report, 
(and letter No. 171) dated 9th Oct., 1840, to His Excellency, the Comr. of the 
Forces, showing in red the present posts and in yellow those recommended to be 
occupied. 

Copy.— J. Nightingale, 10th Nov., 1840. (Signed) P. V. Bainbridge, Lt. K.E. 
Scale, 10 miles to one inch. lY x 11. 

MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and of the 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

697. Montreal Docks. John Ostell, City Surveyor. Montreal, Sept. 10th, 1841. 

Scale, 80 feet to an inch. 22 x 25|. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

698. Project of a Ship Canal from Below the current of St. Mary to the proposed 
Docks in the City of Montreal, and a Canal to continue from thence to the North 
East part of Lake St. Louis, corresponding with the St. Lawrence. Navigation 
now progressing from the Upper Lakes to the Port of Montreal. John Ostell,. 
Montreal, September 10th, 1841, City Surveyor. 

Scale, 300 feet=l inch. 47 x 28. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

699. Project of a Ship Canal from below the Current of St. Mary to the Proposed 
Docks in the City of Montreal, and a canal to continue thence, &c., as in former 
plan. With note. 1841. 

700. Survey of an Estate. The property of J. S. Cartwright, Esq., and Honble. D. 
Daly, Fronting St. Mary Street, Quebec Suburbs, within the limits of the City 
of Montreal, 1842. Surveyed by Geo. Kemp, under the direction of Chas. 
Atherton, C. E. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 29^ x 31-^. 
Uncoloured litho. ;S'. 

701. Survey of an Estate, The property of J. S. Cartwright, Esq., and the Honble. 
D. Daly, Fronting on St. Mary Street, Quebec Suburbs, City of Montreal, 1842, 
Surveyed by Chas. Kemp, under the direction of Chas. Atherton, C.E. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 29-^ x 21^. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

702. Topographical and Pictorial Map of the City of Montreal. Surveyed and 
drawn by James Cane, Civil Engineer, 1846. Dedicated by Special Permission 
to the Mayor and Corporation of the City by their obliged fellow Citizen, Eobert 
W. S. Mackay, Publisher. Lithographed by Matthews & McLees, Montreal. With 
fancy border containing the following vignettes: — Wesleyan Church, cor. St. 
James St. ; English Ch, Custom House, Odd-fellows Hall, General View of Mon- 
treal, St. Paul's Church, Trafalgar, St. Patrick's Church, French Church, Winter 
Scene, Statistics. 

Scale, Voiso or 7 chains to 1 inch. 51| x 40i. 

Uncoloured print, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

703. Plan of Lots of Ground purchased by the Government for the site of a New 
Barrack Establishment, Montreal, With reference to the Commanding Kl. 



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Engineer's letter to the Inspector General of Fortifications dated 21st May, 1847. 
No. 836. W. W. Holloway, Colonel Com. E. Engr., Phipps T. Hornby, Capt. E. 
Eng., 21st May, 1847. With a table of contents, consideration and dates of deeds 
of sale. 

Scale, 200 English feet to an inch. I7f x 27|. 

Original, -coloured MS. bearing the stamj^s of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

704. Montreal — Plan shewing the Ordnance and other Government Property with 
the Principal Public Buildings, Wharves, Lachine Canal, &c., &c. Eeference. 

Note. — Drawing Eoom No. 743. The outline copied principally from Cane's 
Map of Montreal, and additions made by Chas. Walkem, Surveyor and Draughts- 
man, 13th July, 1848. W. W. Holloway, Colonel Com. E. Engr. 

Scale, 450 feet=l inch. 55 x 28f. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance Stamps. 0. 

705. Montreal. Cavalry Barracks. Sketch shewing the Picket Fence proposed to be 
renewed. W.J.F. L. Freeth, Capt., E. Engineers, 24th July, 1848, 21/7/48. 

Scale, 50 feet to one inch. 16J x lOJ. 
Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. • 

706. Plan of the Ground on which now (1848) stands the Court House, Montreal. 

Scale of 36 feet to one inch. 16 x 14. 
Original MS. 8. 

707. Plan of Principal Elevation of Court House. Thompson and Son, Archits.,' 
Montreal, L.C. 

21 X 17. 

Original, MS. 8. 

708. Montreal — Proposed Barrack Establishment. Set of eleven plans made by 
William Hatt Noble, Lieutenant E. E., Dec. 22d., 1849, under Henry Vavasour, 
Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada, 4 Jan., 1870. They are all original coloured MS. 
35 X 24, and bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a — 1. Plans and elevations of the Soldier's Barracks. Nos. 1, 2, 3. Scale, 20 
feet to an inch. 

& — 2. Plan of second floor of Centre Building and Eoof of Wings of Soldiers' 
Barracks. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch; for sections, 10 feet to an inch. 

c. — 3. Plans, Sections and Elevations of the Artillery and Cavalry Barracks 
and Stables. Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

d. — 4. Plans, Sections and Elevations of the Officer's Quarters. 

Scale of plan, 20 feet to an inch; for sections, 10 feet to an inch. 

e. — 5. Plan, Elevations and Sections of Hospital for Infantry, Cavalry and 
Artillery. Each ward to contain 7 men. Total, 300 Patients. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

f. — 6. Plans, Sections and Elevations of the Stores and Public Offices. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

g. — 7. Plan, Elevation and Section of the Chapel, with the Armoury below. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

h. — 8. Various Outbuildings. Scale, 20 feet to an inch, for sections 10 feet to 
an inch. 

i. — 9. Plans, Sections and Elevations of Forage Store and Gun Shed, Eiding 
School and Powder Magazine. No. 9, Vide General Plan. Scale, 20 feet to one 
inch, for sections 10 feet to one inch. 

i. — 10. Plans, sections and elevations of the Guard Eoom, Town Major's 



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Office, Privies, Coal Store and Veterinary Stables. No. 10, Vide General Plan. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch, sections, 10 feet to an inch. 

Ic. — 11. Plans and Elevations of Pentagonal Towers. No. 11, Vide General 
Plan. Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

709. Plan of Government Property, Montreal, with reference to site of the New 
Court House. Ostell and Perrault, Montreal, December, 1850. 

Scale, 50 French feet to 1\ inches. 25 1 x 27g. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

710. Plan of the Survey of the Beach of Montreal between the Ruisseau Migeon 
and the Harbour. Exhibiting the Encroachments made upon the Public Reserve 
along the said Beach within the Port of Montreal. Performed in October and 
November, 1843, under instructions issued from the Surveyor General's Office. 
Notes and References, bearing date Kingston, 27th day of September, 1843. The 
plan dated Surveyor General's Office, Montreal, 11th December, 1844, shows the 
limit of Public Reserve of 36 French feet required .under the Ordnance of 1665. 
Crown Lands Office, Quebec, 26th January, 1852. True copy (Plan) of the 
Original of Record in this Office. J. IT. Bouchette, for the Commr. of Crown 
Lands. 

Scale, 1121 French feet to the inch, English measure. 90 x 1?A. W. 

711. Plan of the Town of Montreal, shev/ing the New Projects of Embellishing 
same. Drawn by order of the Honourable James McGill, Joseph de Longueuil, and 
John Richardson, Esq'res., Commissioners, By Louis Charland, Sur. to the Com- 
missioners. True copy of part of Mr. Charland's Plan of the Town of Montreal, 
Crown Lands Department, Quebec, 29 January, 1852, J. Bouchette. P. L. Morin, 
S. Draughtsman, C.L.D. Remarks. 

Scale. 100 feet to | inch. 541 x 91. W. 

712. Montreal. Plan shewing the relative position of the Ordnance, Expense and 
Regimental Powder Magazines built in 1852. J. L. Galway, Capt. Rl. Engr., 
Comg. Montreal, 10/8/52. Rd. Pilkington, Draughtsman, 9 Sept., 1853. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 17 x 11. 
Original coloured MS. 0. 

713. The Railway Bridge over the St. Lawrence at Montreal. Surveyed by order 
of the Committee, Montreal & Kingston R.R. Hon. John Young, Chairman, Thos. 
C. Keefer, Engineer, 1852. G. Matthews, Litho.. Montreal. With notes, elevation 
of the bridge, &c., shewing St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railway Terminus; Cham- 
plain and St. Lawrence Railway Terminus, St. Lambert or South Montreal; 
Inset — Environs of Montreal. Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 

Scale of plan, 500 feet to the inch. 62 x 31g. 17. 

714. Montreal. Plan, Sections and Elevations of the Magazines at the Quebec 
Gate and Royal Artillery Barracks, as executed in 1852. A. M. Dixon, Lt. Col. 
Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 18th May, 1813. T. L. Galway, Capt. Royal Engr. 
Commg. Montreal District, 4 May, 1813. Copied from original, Rob. O. Ogden, 

F. W. & R. E. D., 4th May, 1853. 
Scale, 5 feet to 1 inch. 35J x 25. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

715. Victoria Bridge (to accompany Plan 1764). Elevation and Profile. 
• Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 89:} x 8. TV. 

716. Map of the city of Montreal, compiled from the most recent surveys by W. H. 
McKenzie, Provincial Surveyor, 1853. Statistics of 1852 and notes. 



87 

Scale of English feet, 200=1 inch. 88^ x 5TJ. 
Uncoloured litho. W. 

717. Plan of Hochelaga Barracks, As executed. Ground Floor Plan. Charlea 
E. Eord, C. E. E. in Canada, 25 January, 1858. With note. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 19 x 12^. 

Original, coloured MS. bearing Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

718. Plan of Hochelaga Barracks as Executed. Plans of 1st and 2nd Floors. Charles 
E. Ford, C. E. E. in Canada, 24th January, 1858. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 20 x 12|. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

719. River St. Lawrence — Montreal Harbour. (From the Survey of Capt. Bayfield, 
E.X.) with additional soundings and improvements by Commander J. Orlebar, 

E. X., assisted by Lieut. J. Hancock, Mr. E. A. Carey, Master ; Mr. W. T. Clifton, 
Seed. M. & Mr. T. Des Brisay, E. N., 1858. Slightly inaccurate in one or two 
places. John Orlebar, Comr. Eemarks. 

Scale, 1 mile=6 inches. 39 x 26. 

Uncoloured Admiralty chart, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
stamp. 0. 

720. Map of the City of Montreal shewing the Victoria Bridge, the Mountain and 
proposed Boulevard and the Different Dock Projects. Compiled and drawn by 

F. N. Boxer, Architect, and C.E., 1859. Inset views. 

Scale, 1,000 feet=l inch. 311 x 25*. 
Uncoloured print. 

721. Plan of Brassard's Farm, Montreal, 1865. The lines shewn in red are those 
used by the Surveyor to survey the farm. H. S. Sitwell, E.E. Commg. Survey 
Dist. 29| X IT. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

722. St. Helen's Island. Plan shewing relative position of proposed Expense Maga- 
zine in yellow. Charles E. Ford, Col. C. E. E. W. C. Noble, Captain, E. E., 
29th Jany., 1866. Traced, W. Wheeler, C.W. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 22 x 17. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

723. Island of Montreal and Isle Jesus and part of the Line of Communication 
with Carillon. William Warren, Ens. 4th Battn. Eifle Brigade, Abt., 1867. 
Eeconnaisance plan, with Specification of Bridges. Dept. of Militia and Defence, 
Ottawa, March 16, 1910. Survey Division, 2,001. L. No. 8 & 9 Montreal. 45 x 25. 

Original coloured MS. M. 

724. Montreal— St. Helens. Tank in Store Yard. With Eecord. Charles E. Ford, 
Col. C. E. E. G. Graham, Lt. Col. D. C. E., 26/6/67. Copied by George Wheeler, 
T. C. W., 15/6/67. • 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 34J x 13|. 

Coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

725. Plan of the Proposed Ferry— Montreal to St. Lambert. W. Hackett, 1867. 
17i X 124. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

726. Military Prison — Hochelaga. Shewing in Black the adjacent Barracks, Eoad, 
&c., &c. With reference to D. W.'s Memo., 10th Feby., 1869. Montreal, 10, '81. 
Note. H. Birkwood, Lieut. E. E., 9, 3, 69. G. Graham, Lieut. Colonel ,D.C.E., 
10/3/69. Charles Ford, Colonel, C. E. E., 9 April, 1869. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 57J x 13|. 

Original coloured MS. bearing Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 



727. Montreal — War Department Properties — A set of five Plans, coloured MS. 
bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

a 1. — Plan of the War Department Properties edged red, acquired from 
various sources, vested in the Principal Secretary of State for War, under the 
Consolidated Statutes of Canada, 22nd Victoria Cap. XXXVI and by deed of 
Exchange with the City Corporation of Montreal, 19th Sept., 1870, containing in 
all about 9a Ir 24p and given over in charge of the Dominion Govt, by the Com- 
mandg. Eoyal Engineer in Canada on the 28th Nov., 1870, and 1st February, 1871. 
With tables of Keferences. E. E. Hamilton, Lt. Col. C.R.E., 10th June, 1871. 
To accompany schedule of W. D. property for Dr. of Works, dated Quebec, 11th. 
Jiine, 1871. Compiled and drawn at Hd. Qr. R. S. Office, Montreal, Signed Chas. 
Walkem, S. & draftsm.. May, 1869, with additions, &e. Traced, M. B, Hunt, Lt. 
R. E., 14th April, 1871. 

Scale, 90 English feet to an inch. 22 J x 221 . 

h 2. — Plan shewing strip of land tinted yellow, surrendered by the War De- 
partment to the Municipal Corporation of Montreal under deed of Exchange for 
land in Water Street, adjoining Garrison Hospital (vide Plan Xp. 1) dated 19th 
September, 1870. Containing about Oa. Or. 35p.^ also shewing edged red the revised 
War Department boundary as given over in charge of the Dominion Government, 
by the Commanding Eoyal Engineer in Canada, 28th November, 1870. Approved 
by W. D., 8 Sept., 1848, Canada, 8/5/8. To accompany schedule of W. D. pro- 
perty for Dr. of Works, dated Quebec, 10th June, 1871. E. E. Hamilton, Col. 
C. E. E., 10th June, 1871. Compiled and drawn in C. E. E. Office, Quebec, May, 
1871. Chas. Walkem, S. & D. 

Scale of 50 English feet to U inches. 21f x I7i. 

c. 3. — Hochelaga — Plan shewing W. D. Property within the lines edged 
red. Acquired by the Admiralty, 29th May, 1817, taken in charge by the Ordnance 
19th November, 1834. Vested in the W. D. under the Consolidated Statutes of 
Canada, 22nd Vict. Cap. XXXVI and given over in charge of the Dominion 
Government by the C. E. E. in Canada, 28th Nov., 1870. Content west of the 
Main Eoad, 2a Ir l7p, and east of Eoad to Low Water about Oa 2r Ip. With 
table of references. To accompany schedule of W. D. property for Dr. of Works, 
dated, Quebec, 10th June, 1871. E. E. Hamilton, Col. C. E. E., 10th June, 1871. 
The original plan was dated March, 1869, and signed Charles Walkem, Sur. and 
draftsman. Copied from tracing of plan prepared and compiled by order of the 
C. E. E. in Canada. H. Birkwood, Lt. E. E., 22/3/71. 

Scale of 60 feet to an inch. 17| x 21|. 

d 4. — St. Helen's Island. Plan of St. Helen's Island acquired by the Im- 
perial Government (with Isle Eonde and Isle avix Praises) by deed of Exchange 
from the Hon. C. W. Grant and his wife, 8th April, 1818 — Vested in the Secretary 
of State for War under the Consolidated Statutes of Canada, 22 Vic. Cap. XXXVI 
and given over in charge of the Dominion Government by the Comg. Eoyal 
Engineer in Canada, 28th November, 1870, 

Containing: — 

a r p 

St. Helen's Island 123 8 20 

Isle Eonde 28 1 10 

Isle aux Praises 1 2 19 

Total to high water line 153 3 9 

Montreal. Plan No. IV. St. Helen's Island. With table of references. To 
accompany schedule of W. D. property for Dr. of Works, dated Quebec, 10th 
June, 1871. E. E. Hamilton, Col. C. E. E., 10th June, 1871. Copied and revised 
from original signed by Chas. Walkem, S. & draftsman, Montreal, May, 1869. 
Traced by J. Matheson, Lt. E. E. 6. 4. 71. 



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Scale, 200 English feet to one inch. 22 x 20-J. 

e 5. — General Plan shewing Relative Position of "W. D. Properties tinted 
Eed — Vested in the Secretary of State for War under the Consolidated Statutes 
of Canada, &c. Given over in charge of the Dominion Government by the Com- 
manding Royal Engineer in Canada at various times, with Plans, leases and 
Title-deeds, &.C., between Nov., 1870 and Feby., 1871. Having in all a revised con- 
tent of about 477a, 3r, 26p. . R. E. Hamilton, Col. C.R.E. 10th June, 1871. Copied 
and revised from Original, dated, R. Eng. Hd. Qrs. Office, Montreal, April, 1869. 
(Signed) Charles "Walkem, S. and draftsman. Copied by H. Birkwood, Lt. R. E. 
21st April, 1870. 

Scale, 1,000 feet to 1 inch. 21| x 22i. 

728. Montreal — shewing St. Helen's Island and the right bank of the St. Law- 
rence. 1871. 77 X 77. 

Coloured litho. issued by the "War Office, bearing the Inspector General of 
Fortifications stamp. 0. 

729. Mil. Dist. No. 5. Maps of that portion situated on the Ottawa River, prepared 
for Lt. Col. Fletcher, Dept. Ajt. Genl., by Thoma.s Bacon, Lt. Col. B. M. Intelli- 
gence Branch, Militia Dept., Canada, Mar. 8, 1904. 292. Adjutant General's 
Office, Ottawa, 9/6/76. Portfolio 11 B. Docket 02638. 

Scale, 1 inch=6 miles. 32 x l7i. 
Original coloured MS. 31. 

730. Map of Frontier Mil. Dis. No. 5, Compiled from various sources and reduced 
to a uniform scale by Thomas Bacon, Lt. Col. Brig. Major; John Fletcher, Lt. 
Col., D. A. G., Mil. Dist, No. 5, Montreal, Nov. 29, 1876. Litelligence Branch, 
Militia Dept., Canada, Nov. 22, 1904. 751. Portfolio No. IIA. Docket No. 02638. 

Scale, 5 miles to one inch. 35 x 18^. 
Original coloured MS. M. 

731. Map of Mil. Dist. No. 6. Lt. Colonel A. C. de Lotbiniere Harwood. Depy. Ajt. 
General. Head Quarters, Montreal. References. 1876. Intelligence Branch, 
Militia Dept., Canada, Mar. 8, 1904. 293. Docket No. 02638. Portfolio No. 12. 
Adjutant General's Office. 26| x 24|. 

Original coloured MS. M. 

732. Map of the City of Montreal and Vicinity showing location of Wells to illus- 
trate Report of Frank D. Adams, Ph. D., 1904. With references. Geological 
Survey of Canada, 1904. C. 0. Senecal, B. A. Sc, Geographer & Chief Draughts- 
man. No. 875. 

Scale, 3,000 feet to an inch. 30 x 20^-. 
Coloured litho. 

733. Graphic Diagrams, showing the Relations of certain groups of Wells in the 
City of Montreal and Vicinity. (See accompanying map of the City of Montreal, 

No. 875). Geological Sur\'ey of Canada, 1904. No. 876. 
Vertical scale, 150 feet to one inch. 31^ x 17|. 
Coloured litho. 

734. Geological Map of the Island of Montreal and Vicinity, Province of Quebec, 
To illustrate Report on the Artesian Wells cf the Island, by Frank D. Adams, 
D. Sc. F. G. S., F. R. S. C, and Osmond E. Leroy, M.Sc. Geological Survey 
of Canada, 1905. 

Scale, 4 Statute miles to 1 inch=%5344o. 16| x 23^. 
Coloured litho. 

735. Plan of part of the City of Montreal. Showing (As regards its present har- 
bour) the Existing Piers; the improvements suggested by the Harbour Com- 



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missioners ; and (as regards the proposed docks), 1st The Point St. Charles 
Project; 2nd. The Central Project and 3rd the Project proposed by -John C 
Traiitwine, C. E. This plan was prepared to accompany my Report on Docks 
at Montreal. John C. Trautwine, Civ. Eng., Philadelphia, October, 1858. 

60J X 36-1. 

Original. W. 

736. L'Isle de Montreal, et ses Environs. Inset. — Plan de la Ville de Montreal ou 
Ville Marie. 

Eehelle de 2 lieues communes. 131 x 8-L 

Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime, Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

737. Plan of St. Helen's Island, Montreal. From the Survey in 1865-6, under the 
direction of Lieut. H. S. Sitwell, R.E. IT. S. Sitwell, Eeby. 7, 1866. Armament, 
by H. Kirkwood, Lt. R. E. 25/8/68. No. 506. Drawer S. Wm. Hutt Noble, 
Capt. R. Engs., Montreal, 7th Eeby., 1866. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 25 § x 38. 
Original. W. 

738. M. N. C. R. Map shewing various lines between Montreal and Grenville. 

Referred to in Mr Legge's report. Charles Legge, Chf. Engr. M. N. C. R., Mon- 
treal, 18th Jany., 1872. 

Scale, 2 miles to one inch. 22 x 31|. 

ITncoloured litho. 

739. M. N. C. S. Map. Shewing Line from Montreal to Ottawa to accompany Mr. 
Legge's Report. Charles Legge, Chf. Engr., M. N. C. R., Montreal, 19th Jany., 

1872. 

Scale, 7 miles^l inch. 31 x 20^ 
ITncoloured litho. 

740. The Shearer Scheme — Projected Embankment and Bridge, shewn in red. (Mon- 
treal Harbour Improvements). Eeby., 1883. 

Scale, 2 miles=7i inches. 40 x 29. 
Coloured litho. 

741. The Shearer Scheme — Improvement of River at Montreal. Sections shewing 
surface of water in South Channel of River St. Lawrence. Taken January 27th, 
1883, Eeby., 1883. 

Scales, horizontal, 200 feet==l inch. Vertical 20 feet=l inch. 35 x 21. 
Coloured litho. 

742. Plan of Vaults proposed to be Built at the LTnion Buildings. Mr. Fulton's 
Office. 

Hi x 16i. 

Original shaded MS. S. 

743. Montreal and Environs. 

Scale of miles, 1^ 11 inches. 87 x 29|. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

744. Montreal. Plan and Elevation of House at the corner of St. Peter and St. 
Antoine Streets. Accompanying Mr. Hunt's offer. 

Scale, 5 inches for 40 feet. 231 x 11. 
Original coloured MS. unsigned, undated. S. 

745. Montreal. Plan of ground Corner of St. Peter and St. Antoine Streets. Accom- 
panying Mr. Hunt's offer. 12 x 13^. 

Original MS. shaded, unsigned, undated. 8. 



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746. Plan of the City of Montreal. 53 x 26. 

Original, coloured, MS., skeleton map. S. 

747. Map of the City of Montreal. Prepared expressly for Lovell's Montreal Direc- 
tory for 1908-9. By Chas. E. Goad, Civil Engineer. Montreal and Toronto, 
Canada, and London, England. 

Scale, 1 mile=6j- inches. 43 x 33. 
Coloured litho. 

748. Seigniory of Murray Bay. 76 x 39. 

Original coloured MS, bearing the Board o£ Works stamp. TT. 

749. Plan of the Seigniories of New Longueuil and Rigaud, but more particularly 
intended to show the Westerly Lines of said Seigniories, and that of the Town- 
ship of Newton, as run and marked in the field in 1806 at the request of the 
Proprietors thereof. By Jos. Bouchette, Surv. Genl., Surveyor GeneraFs Office, 
Quebec, 10th April, 1810. True copy. Jos. Bouchette, S. Genl. With copious 
notes in reference to the Boundary between the two Canadas, as it really is, and 
as defined in the Eoyal Proclamation. 

Scale, 80 English chains or J of a French league to an inch. 20| x 23|. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

750. Diagram of the Township of Newport. With references. Joseph Bouchette, 
Dy. S. Genl. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 28| x 23f. 
Original coloured MS. *S'. 

751. Plan of a Eoad from Nicolet Church to Long Point. In part surveyed in the 
year 1812, by John Sullivan, Commissioned Surveyor; Joseph Carmel, Nicolet. 

Keferences. 

Scale, one mile to one inch. 16| x 40f. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

752. Plan of the Seigniory of Nicolet, held by the late P. M. Cresse, and purchased 
by K. C. Chandler, as shewn by the respective Plans of McCarthy and Smith, 
Provincial Surveyors. With references shewing the extents of the different grants 
and an explanatory note. 1832. 

Scale, one league to 1^ inches. 15f x 12^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

753. Plan of the Village of Nicolet, office of Board of Works, 1845. 

Scale of acres. 1=| inch. 161 x 21i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

754. Notre Dame or Shickshock Mountains, Peninsula of Gaspe. jranoramic View 
from the Xorth East of Mount Albert. Drawn by G. Lambe, from a sketch by 
A. P. Low, 1883. From the Geological and Natural History Survey of Canada. 

755. Geological Map of the Basin of Nottaway River, North Western Quehec. 
To illustrate report by Eobert Bell, Sc. D. (cantab) M.D. ; LL.D.; F.Pt.S. Com- 
piled from surveys made by Messrs. J. Eichardson (1870-77) ; E. Bell (1887-96) ; 
A. P. Low (1884-5); W. ]\['Ouat (1871-73), and E. W. Brock, 1896; of the Geolo- 
gical Survey, from official plans of surveys of Quebec, Crown Lands, Chiefly by 
Messrs. L. Eussell, (1868) ; J. Bignell, (1873-94) ; H. O'Sullivan, (1892-99) ; C. 
E. Lemoine, (1898-1900) ; and from other authorities. Canada, 1903, to accom- 
pany Part K., Vol. XIII, Annual Eeport, No. 702. C. O. Senecal, B.A.Sc, Geo- 
grapher and Chief Draughtsman; L. N. Eichard, Draughtsman. Geological bear- 
ings all refer to true meridian. Index to colour and signs. 



Natural scale, %336oo=10 miles to an inch. 32 x 36. 
Coloured litho. 

756. Carte de la Nouvelle France. Pour servir a I'Etude de I'Histoire Du Canada, 
Depuis sa Decouverte jusqu'en 1760. Par P. M. A. Genest. Inserts. — Quebec, 
comme il se voit du Cote de I'est (en 1688), apres Franquelin; and Carte de la 
Louisiane, D'apres Guillaume de I'Isle. Carte de la Champlain. 

Eclielle, Lieues Communes de France, 15=1 pouce Anglais. 60 x 39. 
Coloured print. S. 

757. Plan of the Western Projection of Nun's (St. Bernard) Island, shewing- the 
situation proposed for a Pentagonal Casemated Fort on the Wellington principle. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

Sections of the Hill and works proposed for the west point of Nun's (St. Ber- 
nard) Island at the mouth of the Chateauguay Eiver (see Plan). El. Engineer's 
Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Kl. Engineer, 
Canada. E. Figg, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engr., Montreal District. Nov. 10, 1827. 
(signed in two places). 

Scale, 60 feet to an inch. 57f x 18. 

Original, coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

758. Plan of the Tongue of Land laying between a part of Ottawa River and part 
of River St. Lawrence, Including the Seigneuries of New Longueuil, of Eigaud, 
Yaudreuil and Soulanges, Quebec, 4th August, 1795. Surveyor General's Office. 
Samuel Holland, Surveyor General. Copy, Wm. Hall, Lt. E. Arty. ' With an 
N.B. shewing the error in the proclamation regarding the Boundary between 
Upper and Lower Canada. 

Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 22§ x 16|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

759. Map of the Counties of Ottawa and Pontiac, Exhibiting the Colonization 
Roads existing or proposed. Eeferred to in A. J. Eussell's Eeport of 27th March, 
1862. W. C. Chewett & Co., Toronto, C. W. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 45 x 33i. 
Uncoloured litho. 

760. Map of the Counties of Ottawa and Pontiac, Exhibiting the Colonization 
Roads existing or proposed. Eeferred to in A. J. Eussell's report of 27th 
March, 1862. W. C. Chewett & Co., Toronto, C.W. With references. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 46 x 33-J. W. 

761. Geological Survey of Canada. Map shewing the distribution of the Phos- 
phate of Lime Rocks and the position of the Most Important Mines in Ottawa 
County, Province of Quebec. To illustrate Eeport of Mr. Henry G. Venner, 
1876-77. Explanation. The Burland Desbarats Litho. Company, Montreal. Com- 
piled and drawn by L. E. Ord. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 14 x 17. 
Uncoloured litho. 

762. A Plan of the banks of the Ottawa shewing the Carillon Rapids with the pro- 
posed Line of Canal to avoid them. Copied from a sketch made by Major Du 
Vernet, (Signed copy). E. L. Phipps, Lieut. Eoyal Staff Corps. Accompanying 
Lt. General Sir J. Kempt's Eeport, dated, Quebec, 12th Feby., 1829, to the Eight, 
Honourable Sir James Murray. Eeferred to in Mr. Secretary Hay's letter to the 
Board, dated 28th March, 1829. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Officce, Quebec, 
4th February, 1829. 

Scale, 200 yards to 1^ inches. 31^ x 20|. 



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Coloured MS. bearing- the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications, 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

763. Plan of the Little Channel on the Chute a Blondean, with sections of the site 
of the projected improvements to the iSTavig-ation of the Ottawa at that Rapid. 
Accompanying Sir James Kempt's Report, dated, Quebec, 12th Feby., 1829, to 
the Right Honourable Sir James Murray. Referred to in Mr. Secretary Hay's 
letter to the Board, dated 28th March, 1829. With remarks by G. D. Hall, Capt. 
Royal Staff Corps, Commanding- Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Feby. 4, 1829. 
Copied by J. Nightingale, 3rd April, 1829. 

Scale, 100 feet to 14 inches. 34^ x 19|. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions. 0. 

764. A Plan of the Banks of the Ottawa, shewing the Carillon Rapids, with the 
Proposed line of Canal to avoid them. Copied from a sketch made by Major Du 

, Vernet, (Signed). Copy, R. L. Phipps, Lieut. Royal Staff Corps. Accompanying 
Sir James Kempt's Report dated, Quebec, 12th Feby., 1829, to the Right Honour- 
able Sir James Murray. Referred to in Mr. Secretary Hay's letter to the Board 
dated 26th March, 1829. Copied by S. B. Howlett, Inspector General's Office, 4th 
April, 1829. 

Scale, 100 yards to § of an inch. 30| x 194. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications. 0. 

765. Survey of the Banks of the Ottawa, or Grand River, from the Head of the 
Long Sault to the entrance of the North River, shewing the situation of the 
Grenville, Chute a Blondeau and Carillon Canals. Harry Du Vernet, Lieut. 
Col. Royal Staff Corps. Rl. Staff Corps' Office,, Chatham, August the 30th, 1831. 

Scale, 1760 feet to an inch. 36i x 18i 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General and Board of Ordnance 
stamps. 0. 

766. General Plan of the Vicinity of the Chats Rapids, Ottawa River. From a 

Survey by Thos. Iveefer, C.E. Drafted at the Office of the Board of Works, 1845. 
With an enlarged plan of tlie Mississipi Snye, with the Bar at the entrance of the 
River Mississipi. Drawn to a scale of 275 feet to an inch. 404 x 50|. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

767. Ottawa River — Chats Rapids. Plan of part of the Chats Rapids shewing Dead 
Bay, Big Bay, and the Timber Channel. Bytown, 16th Deer., 1845. Jas. West, 
Surveyor. 

Scale, 40 perches to an inch. 23| x 19. 
Original. W. 

768. Ottawa River — Trignonometrical Survey of Big Bay. Shewing soundings. 
Office of Public Works, Chats Canal, April, 1856. Notes. Surveyed and drawn 
by W. A. Austin. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 77i x 44. 
Copy. W. 

769. Plan of the Government Reserve from above the Calumet Slides to the Dargis 
Rapid. Also, shewing the position of slides. Note. Ottawa, December, 1862. 
W. A. Austin, C.E., Prov. Land Surveyor. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 244 x 31. 

Original, -bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

770. Ottawa River. Section No. 4. From Chats to Point Fortune (Incomplete). 
Department of Crown Lands, Ottawa, 29 June, 1867. A. Campbell, Commissioner. 



94 

E. P. Tache, Draughtsman, P.E. ; Joseph Bouchette, Dy. Surv. 
196 X 37. I. 

771. Culbute Rapids to Lake Coulonge, River Ottawa. From Kingsford's Map, 
dated 1st, Oct., 1872. 

Scale, %i680, 1 mile to two inches. 49| x 32|-. 
Copy. W. 

772. Plan of Ottawa River from Great to Little Chaudiere. Ottawa Kiver Works 
Office, Ottawa, 2nd December, 1876. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 65J x 40i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

773. Plan of Ottawa River between Bryson & L'Islet Locks. Shewing lands likely 
to be affected, by proposed improvements. Chichester, 31st Dec, 1877. G. H. 
Perry, Pes. Engr. 

Scale, 40 chains (2,640 ft.) to one inch. Scale of section, 400 ft. horizontal. 
Scale, of section, 40 ft. vertical. 92-J x 42. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

774. Skeleton Plan of the Upper Ottawa. Department of Public Works, February, 
1877. (signed) K. Steckel. With note. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 43 i x llf . 
Public Works. W. 

775. Plan of Ottawa River from Deep River to Mattawan. Engineer's Office, 
Chichester, 27th Jamiary, 1877. George H. Perry, C.E. 

Scale, 2 inches to one mile. 185|- x 42i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. TF. 

776. Ottawa River, from Ottawa to Montreal. Note. Keduced from Map of the 
Ottawa Eiver Ship Canal. Surveyed in 1859. G. E. P., 18. 6. 87. Chief Engineer's 
Office, Ottawa, 20th July, 1887. Am. Gray, Asst. Chief Engineer. 

Natural scale, %igso. Scale, h mile to one inch. 126 x 19. 
Original. TF. ■ 

777. Plan of proposed Harbour of Refuge at Paspebiac, Bay Chaleurs. Surveyed in 
accordance with instructions received from the Honble. II. L. Langevin, C. B., 
Minister of Public Works, Ottawa, August, 1872. Henry Carre, C.E. Inset.— 
Plan of Chaleur Bay showing portion of Paspebiac Harbour. 

Scale, 400 feet=l inch. Vertical scale of section, 40 feet=l inch. 116| x 41*. 
Copy. IF. 

778. Plan of Pas Pebiac. (No date). Note. 

A scale of 20 links to an inch. 58 x 20J. 
Copy. 

779. Plan of Perce Bay, Gulf of St. Lawrence. Province of Quebec . August, 1879. 
Surveyed by F. A. Hamel, Asst. Eng. Insets.— Plan of the Township of Perce 
and Malbaie, Coimty of Gaspe, P.Q. Scale, 2 miiles=l inch. Also details of 
I^anding Pier and Breakwater. 

Scale, 500 ft.=l inch. 22 x 36. 

Original, bearing Public Works stamp. W. 

780. Sketch of Phillipsburg, Missisqui Bay. Shewing the situation of the Block- 
house, and land proposed to be purchased. J. Cole, Major, District Engineer, 23 
April, 1846. 

Scale, 100 feet to 1 inch. 17-| x 15:}. 
Original, partly coloured, MS. from C series. 



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781. Plan of the Post at Point-au-Fer with the proposed Battery for 6 guns and 
Envelope. Plan No. 1. G. 375. With a Section. Scale of the Section, 10 feet 
to an inch, llj x 5. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 294 x 21. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

782. Plan and Profile of Proposed Landing-Pier at Point Aux Origineaux. Ex- 
amined and surveyed in Oct., 1846. F. P. Eubidge, Esq., Office of Public Works. 
2nd copy. November 28, 1816. 

Scale, 35 feet to an inch. 331 x 22|. 
Copy. IF. 

783. Landing Pier. — Point aux Origineaux. Plan and Longitudinal Elevation. Office 
of Public Works, Quebec, 1851. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 48 x 15. 
Original. W. 

784. Plan shewing the approach from the Main Road to the Proposed Pier at the 
North Western extremity of Pointe aux Origineaux, Seigniory of River-Ouelle. 
Duplicate. G. A. Baillarge, Prov. Land Surveyor, C.E., 30th of March, 1852. 
Notes on the Tides. Eemarks on proposed lines, and ag-reement signed by E. 
Belanger; Louis Dauteuil ; G. Leveque, G. F. Baillarge, P.S. Witnessess : O. 
Tetu; C. D. J. Tetu. Jr. 

Scale, 300 feet to 1 inch, English. 31i x 30. W. 

785. Sketch from Actual Survey of the Lots situated on the East side of Port-Daniel- 
Bay. Shewing the Southern limit of Lot No. 1 as established in the field, and 
the area of Eight Acres, contained between the same and Lot A on the East, 
applied for by the Gaspe Fishery & Coal Mining Company. Wm. Macdonald, 
L.S. Port Daniel, 19th March, 1847. 

Scale of 20 perches to an inch. 11^ x 15|. 
Uncoloured original MS. S. 

786. Vray Plan du haut & has de Quebec. Comme il est en Tan, 1660. With 
' Description des principale places.' 

Echelle de 40 tbises au pouce Anglais. 14 x 13. 

Litho. copy of original in and bearing the stamp of the Depot des Cartes et 
Journ. de la Marine a Paris. 1660, No. d'Ordre, 341. 

787. Le Veritable Plan de Quebec, fait en 1663. Photo reproduction. 22^ x 9J. 

788. Plan of part of the Basse Ville de Quehek. Eepresenting part of the quays at 
Quebec. 21 x 14f. 

Original coloured MS., undated, unsigned. S. 

789. The Port & Environs of Quebec, as it was when attacked by the English. 

With inset, shewing the attack of 1070. Thos. Harteup. Eeferences. 13| x 12g. 
Original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp, undated. 0. 

790. Hospice de Quebec en 1692. D'apres copie faite en 1907 sur Toriginal conserve 
aux Archives departementales de Seine et Oise, France, par M. Mouira, employe 
aux dites Archives. 

Echelle des toises, 74=1 pouce Anglais. 24-1: x 19^. 

791. Quebec, Ville le I'Amerique Septentrionale, dans la Nouvelle France avec Titre 
d'Eveche, Scituee sur le Fleuve de S. Laurent a 310 Degr. 47 Minutes de Longit. 
et 46 Degree, 55 Min. de Latitude ; elle f ut assignee par les Anglais sur les Fran- 
cois par qui elle est encore possedee I'an 1760, depuis le 16e Octobre jusqu'a 
22c du men^ie mois; Mon. de Frontenac estant pour lors Gouverneur du Pays, qui 



96 

leur fit honteusement lever le siege. 1693. 
Eenvoy. 13 x 10. 

Original coloured MS, from Atlas F. 

792. Suitte du Gouvernement de Quebec qui comprent en dessendant le fleuve St. Lau- 
rent depuis le cap Tourmente jusqu'au Cap Aux Oyes levee en 1709 par les 
ordres de Monseigneur le Comte de Pontchartrain, Commandeur des ordres du 
Roy Ministre et Secretaire destat par le Sr. Catalogue, Lieutenant des Troupes et 
Dresses par Decouagne. 

Echelle de Cent Arpents=6 pouces Anglais. 56 x 47. 

Coloured MS. copy of original in the Depot de la Marine, Paris. 

793. Carte du Gouvernement de Quebec levee en I'annee 1709 paries ordres de Monsei- 
gneur le comte De Pontchartrain Commandeur des Ordres du Roy Ministre et 
Secretaire destat par le Sr Catalogue, Lieutenant des Troupes et Dressee par Jean 
Bte. Decouagne. Pontchartrain arms, and Veue de Quebec. 

Echelle de cent arpents^6-i pouces anglais. 56 x 47. 

Coloured MS. copy of an original in the Depot de la Marine a Paris. 

794. Suitte Du Gouvernement de Quebec qui comprent en dessendant le Fleuve Saint 
Laurent, depuis la Riviere Duchesne jusqua celle du Cap Rouge levee en 1709 
par les Ordres de Monseigneur le comte de Pontchartrain, Commander des Ordres 
du Roy Ministre et Secret^aire destat par le Sr. Catalogue, Lieutenant des Troupes, 
et dressee par Jean Baptiste Decouagne. Pontchartrain coat of arms. 

Echelle de cent arpents^6 pouces Anglais. 56 x 47. 

Coloured MS. copy of original in le depot de la Marine a Paris. 

795. Plan du Seminaire de Kebec en Canada, 1714. 

Le terrain ferme par un fillet jaune appartient a I'Eglise. Le terrain ferme 
d'une ligne violette appartient a I'Eveche. 

Echelle de cent quinze toises. 

No author's name. 1714. 12 x 16f . 

Coloured MS. copy of original in Archives of Fortifications of the Colonies 
at Paris. 

796. Plan de la Ville de Quebec. 

Designe d'apres le Plan en Relief que Monsieur de Chaussegros de Leris, In- 
genieur en Chef envoya en France en I'annee 1720 pour etre mis an Louvre avec 
les autres. With References. 

Scale 10 toises to | inch. 10| x 13 1. 

Coloured litho copies, (2) of Original in British Museum. 

797. Plan et Profil d'un Nouveau Magazin a Poudre. Propose a faire a La Ville de 
Quebec a la nouvelle fortification, fait a quebec ce 18 Septbre 1726 Chaussegros 
de Lery. 

Scale 2-| toises to an inch. 121 x 16. 
Coloured MS. copy. 

798. Plan Profil Elevation dun hangard propose a faire a quebec dans le Terrein a 
cote de la Chapelle St. Roch, fait a quebec ce 13 octobre 1727 Chaussegros de Lery. 

Scale, 2 toises to the inch. 14 x 19. 
Copy of coloured MS. at Paris. 

799. Plan de I'Emplacement de frontigny, Quebec. Chaussegros de Lery 16e Oct. 

1729. 

Echelle d'un toise pour un pouce. 8 x 12|. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from F series. 



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800. Plan of St. Roch, shewing the Intendant's Palace and surroundings, fait a 
quebec le 4 8bre 1739. Chaussegros de Lery. 

Scale 100 toises to 7 inches, loi x 12^. 
Coloured MS. copy. 

801. Plan of the Town of Quebec, in Canada, enlarged from Bellin's Plan, with addi- 
tions. With Eeferences and Notes. Pat. Mackellar, Major. With Report 522 on 
the Defences of Quebec, 1757. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 14 x 17^. 
Original and Copy. Coloured MS. 0. 

802. An Authentic Plan of the River St. Lawrence, from Sillery, to the Fall of 
Montmorenci, with the Operations of the Siege of Quebec under the Command 
of Vice-Adml. Saunders & Major Genl. Wolfe, down to the 5th Sept., 1759. Drawn 
by a Captain in His Majesties Navy. Insets. — Part of the Upper River of St. 
Lawrence, and A View of the Action gained by the English, Sept. 13th, 1759, 
near Quebec. Brought from thence by an Officer of Distinction. With a Dedica- 
tion to Rt, Hon. William Pitt, by Thomas Jefferys, 1759. Eeferences to the 
Defences of Quebec. 

Scale, 1 mile=| inch. 

Engraving, without imprint, or date, bearing the stamp oi the Board of 
Ordnance. 0. 

803. Plan de la Ville de Quebec 1759. 

Echelle de Deux Cents Cinquantes Toises au Cinq pouces et un quatre. 
30i X 21. 

Coloured MS. copy, of a plan in the British Museum. 

804. Plan of Quebec, showing the position of the English and French Annies at 
the Battle of the Plains. 1759. Takes in Quebec and environs. 

Scale of 100 yards to an inch. 20 x 14. 
Coloured MS. copy from B series. 

805. Plan of the line of Battle, 13th Sept., 1759. With notes. 11* x 5i. 

Coloured MS. copy from B series. 

806. Quebk. De Hoofdstad van Kanada; aande River Van St. Laurens: door de 
Engelschen belegerd en by Verdrag bemagtigd in't jaar 1759. With references. 
Inset. — De River boven Quebek. This map shows the position of the two armies 
during the siege, and on 13th Sept., 1759 ; Also the position of the Fleets, &c. 

Scale, Twee Engelsche Mylen Van 70 in een Graad. 
Coloured Print, without imprint or date. S. 

807. Quebec et ses environs en 1759. 5 i x 3|. 

Copy (pen and ink) from original in the Baby collection at Laval University, 
Montreal, imdated, imsigned. 

808. A Plan of the Seat of "War at and near Quebec, with the Line of Battle. (1760). 

Scale, 4 miles^l^ inches. 7j x 4-J. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

809. Plan de la Ville de Quebec avec des Reference. 1760. 

Echelle des toises 50 au pouce. 27i x 9^-. 

Coloured MS. copies (2), bearing the Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

810. Plan of the Battle fought the 28th of April, 1760, upon the Height of Abra- 
ham, near Quebec, betvreen the British Troops Garrisoned in that place and the 
French Army, that came to besiege it. Original, signed Pat McKellar, Major, 
Engineers. 

233—7 



811. Plan of Quebec. With Eeferences, Shewing the Houses Burned by us in 1759, 

and those burned during the Siege. 1760. Shows the disposition o£ the various 
regiments of the garrison. 

Scale, lOO yards to U inches. 28^ x 20. 

Original, and copy, coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 
0. 

812. Quebec. (1760). 

Eeferences. llf x 6§. ' 

813. A Plan of Quebec. Metropolis of Canada in North America. (1760). 7 x 4^. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

814. Plan of the Town of Quebec, the Capital of Canada, in North America, with 
the Bason and a part of the adjacent Country, shewing the principal Encamp- 
ments and Works of the British Army Commanded by Major General Wolfe, 
and those of the French Army Commanded by Lieutenant General the 
Marquis of Montcalm, during the Siege of that Place in 1759. N.B. The British 
Works are coloured yellow and their Encampments red, with the Facings of the 
different Corps. The French Works and Encampments are coloured blue. 

With copious Eeferences to: — Encampment upon the Point of Orleans; En- 
campment upon Point Levi; Batteries and Works at Point des Peres; Encamp- 
ment near the Falls of Montmorency ; Encampment and Works of the French along 
the Coast of Beauport; Descent of British Troops upon Beauport; Battle of 
13th Sept. upon the Hauteur D'Abraham; British Encampment and Works upon 
the Hauteur D'Abraham after the Victory. N.B. — the different ports were surveyed 
as follows, viz. : The east side of the falls of Montmorency, the Point of Orleans, 
and the South side of the Eiver St. Lawrence, by Capt. Debbieg, Engr., in Or- 
dinary; The coast of Beauport from the Eiver St. Charles to the Falls of Mont- 
morency by Capt Holland of the Eoyal Americans, assistant Engineer; The 
ground between the Eiver St. Lawrence and the Eiver St. Charles, by Lieut. Des- 
Barres of the Eoyal Americans, Asst. Engr. Town of Quebec, (with references) 
from a French Plan. Pat Mackellar, Major and Chief Engineer. 

Scale of 800 feet to an inch. 76 x 28. 

Coloured MS. There are four coloured MS. copies, 3 measuring 26^ x 74; 
the other, 76 x 25. 

815. Plan of the Battle fought the 28th of April, 1760, upon the Height of Abraham, 

near Quebec, between the British Troops Garrisoned in that place, and the French 
Army that came to besiege it. The whole effectives of the Garrison amounted to 
about 3,000 men only. They were commanded by the HonP'^. Brig'. Gen^ Murray, 
Governor. The French Army was Commanded by the Chevalier de Levi, and 
amounted to upwards of 12,000 men of which there were Ten Battalions of Eegu- 
lars, the rest were Canadians and Indians. The British came out in two columns 
one by St. Johns gate, the other by St. Lewis's gate, the French came along the 
road from St. Fois, and would have been attacked before they could form, if the 
difficulties of the snow and ground had not retarded the advancing of our cannon 
which deprived us of a great advantage. This map has copious Eeferences to the 
first forming of the British Troops, their position during the action, the positions 
of the French Troops, with their Body of Eeserve. Eeferences to the Town and 
Works of the Besiegers. Amongst the references is the following concise account 
of the Battle: — The action which lasted full three hours was chiefly upon the 
flanks ; there the enemy made all their efforts without making scarce any attempt 
upon the Center, tho their numbers were sufficient to make a push there likewise: 
But even upon the flanks we for some time gained considerable advantages. 
Upon the right our Infantry beat back their Grenadiers from the house and wind- 
mill, but they unluckily pursued too far to be sustained, and suffered accordingly; 



they were beat back in their turn with such a loss as to appear no more in action ; 
upon our left we gained a good deal of ground; the Volunteers and Grenadiers of 
the 28th drove the enemy out of the two redoubts Y & Z; they kept possession of 
them for some time, but being at length surrounded, they were obliged to force 
their way back. The enemy had now overpowered our flanks with such superior 
numbers as left us no more hopes of success, a retreat began of its own accord in 
which it must be observed that the Eedoubt W, was of great service, and kept the 
Enemy at bay for about ten minutes which saved our rear and many of our 
wounded from being cut off from the town ; this was one of the works designed to 
fortify the Heights, it was raised only a few Fascings high on account of the frosts, 
but there being two pickets left there during the action it deceived the enemy as 
a compleat work; we brought off only two pieces of artillery, it was impracticable 
to bring off the rest on account of the snow, X Y Z are Kedoubts raised by us at 
the Siege, 1759, but were not thought of consequence enough to be demolished 
when the other works were. IsT.B. The dead, all the wounded men and several of the 
wounded officers who could not get off the field were as usual, every one scalped 
for the entertainment of the Conqueror. 

The notes are continued to the raising of the siege on May 16-17 at night. 

Scale, 800 feet to an inch. 16 x 24^. 

Original, coloured MS. signed Pat. Mackellar, Major, Chf. Engr., 1760, and 
copy of John Turner, July 8th, 1763, bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordn- 
ance. 0. 

816. A New Map of the Province of Quebec according to the Royal Proclamation of 
the 7th of October, 1763, from the French Surveys connected with those made 
after the war, by Captain Carver and other Officers in His Majesty's Service. With 
Insets — ' A particular Survey of the Isles of Montreal ;' ' The City of Quebec ;' 
' Course of the St. Lawrence from La Valterie to Quebec on a larger scale ;' ' Plan 
of Montreal or Ville Marie.' 

London — Published by Eobt. Sayer and John Bennett, Map and Printsellers, 
No. 53 Fleet St. as the Act directs, 16th February, 1776. 
Scale, British miles, 35 to one inch. 
Nautic leagues, 10 to 1 inch. 
Canadian leagues, 70 to one inch. 28 x 204. 
From the American Atlas by Thomas Jefferys. 1776. 

817. Plan de la Ville de la Quebec. 

Echelle de 200 Toises=2^ pouces Anglois. 11 x 8^. 

Coloured pvlnt from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

818. Part of Quebec. Part of a Plan made by Noel Levasseur, 1766. 23 x 15. 

MS. copy undated, unsigned. >S^. 

819. Survey of the King's Fuel Yard, Quebec. John Collins, 3rd Sept., 1766. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch, llf x 5|. 

Uncoloured copy from Q series, undated, unsigned. 

820. Plan of Capt. Gordon's Project for a Citadel at Quebec. On this copy are 
represented two piles of Barracks for one Battalion of men, but till all the Build- 
ings necessary for such a Fortress are planned and laid down it will be impossible 
to determine the true situation of them. 1768. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 11 x 14. 
Partly coloured copy from M series. 

821. Plan, Section and Elevation of two Piles of Barracks projected to be built on 
Cap Diamond within the Citadel proposed by Capt. Gordon for the City of Quebec. 
233— 7i 



100 

These Barracks are to consist of one storey underground Casemated and Bomb- 
proof, 20 rooms each Pile, which may be Storehouses, Lodgings for the men off 
duty in a Siege, or even Barrack room, Two Storeys above ground of 20 rooms 
each, with Garrets also of 20 rooms each, where men lodge occasionally. So that 
in cases of necessity each pile woxild contain 504 men with officers at 8 men to 
a Garret room, 12 to every room below, and ten in each casemate. Quebec, 26th 
Sept., 1768. (Original). John Marr, Engineer. 

ScaJe, 24 feet to an inch. 12* x 16^. 

Coloured MS. from M series. 

822. Plan of a Citadel on Cap Diamond for improving the Fortifications of Quebec, 

being Capt. Harry Gordon's Engineer, his project with some insignificant Altera- 
tions, relative to an Estimate of this Date. Quebec, 12th April, 1769. John 
Marr., Engr. To His Excellency Brig. General Carleton, Commandg His Majesty's 
Forces in the Northern District of North America, &c., &c. 69 x bOJ. 
Coloured MS. copy from M series. 

823. A New and Accurate Map of Quebec and its Boundaries from a late survey. 

Scale of Statute mi'es, 80=1 inch. 13 x lOi. 
Coloured print from Atlas F. 

824. Plan of the City and Environs of Quebec with its Siege and Blockade by the 
Ameicans from the 8th of December, 1775, to the 13th May, 1776, with Keferences. 
Engraved by Wm. Faden. Published 12th September, 1776, by Wm. Faden, succes- 
sor to the late Mr. Thomas Jefferys, 1 Corner of St. Martin's Lane. 

Scale, 400 yards to one inch. 12^ x 9^. 

Uncoloured photo litho., bearing manuscript signature, J. Hyatt, 1 Hamil- 
ton Ed., Ealing, London. 

825. Plan of the City and Environs of Quebec, with its Siege and Blockade by the 
Americans, from the 8th of December, 1775, to the 13th of May, 1776. With 
References. Engraved by Wm. Faden. London. Published as the Act directs, 
12 September, 1776, by Wm. Faden, (successor to the late Mr. Thos. Jefferys) 
Corner of St. Martin's Lane. 

Scale, 200 yards to 1 inch. 26-1 x 19i 

Partly coloured print from the JSTorth American Atlas. 

826. A New Map of the Province of Quebec, in North America, drawn from the best 
Authorities. By Thos. Kitchin, Geogr. 

Scale, 100 miles^l inch. 9x7. 
Uncoloured chart from Atlas F. 

827. Comparative View of the Road by Ste. Foix to Cap Rouge and the Road by 
Old Lorette and the Back Settlements of St, Augustin, Shewing the turn which 
the Couriers are obliged to make to got into the Old Road, there being no Post- 
Houses as yet in the new Route, except V oyer's. N.B. If the road should pass 
by La Suede or cut from Dupont's House in a straight line to join the old Road, 
would shorten the distance two miles, or more and the Hill and Ferry of Cap 
Rouge would be avoided. 1778. 

Scale, a league to 2 inches. 7j x 12^. 
Coloured MS. copy from B series. 

828. For His Excellency General Haldimand. A sketch of the Road to avoid the 
hill and ferry of Jacques Cartier; 'tis the road by Lorette. Champigny and St. 
Ange, Continued. From His Excellency's obedient and humble servant Hugh 
Finlay. 

II y a dans ce chemin jusque deux lioues a faire par les pays has, et savannes, 
et pour eviter la Riviere aux pommes pu'il faudroit passer trois fois si Ton coupoit 



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droit au pont de Jaqnes Cartier, on est oblige de faire un grand detour — En 
f aissant un examin Ton pouvroit trouver quelque meilleur endroit ; on ne passe ces 
deux lieues, qu'a pied. Du pont jusqu'au grand ehemin qui conduit au Cap Sante 
le ehemin est passable. De la Ville par le ehemin d'en bas ou paye pour 11 lieues 
& i jusqu'au passage de Jaques Cartier. 

De la Porte du Palais, par Lorette, le pont de Jacques Cartier, & hois de I'aie a 
la fourche du grand ehemin qui conduit au Cap Sante, un quart de lieue plus haut 
que la Riviere la distance mesuree est de 11| lieues, sans aucune cote. 

Scale, 134 arpents=l inch. 26;^ x 11|. 

Coloured MS. copy from B series, undated. 

829. Plan of the Beach or Public Landing Place in the Lower Town of Quebec 

between Mr. Charles Grant's new wharf and the Royal Battery, now Mr. William 
Grant's Wharf with the Projected Wharf as proposed to be built by Mr. Murdoch 
Stuart, Surveyed agreeable to the Orders of His Excellency Lieut. General Haldi- 
mand. Governor and Commander in Chief, &c., &c., &c., of this Province. To 
Samuel Holland, Esq., Surveyor General. 

Scale of 80 French feet to an inch English. 20* x 15A. 

Original, undated. S. 

830. The Road from Quebec to Point aux Trembles, by Lorette, Champigny and 
St. Ange. For His Excellency General Haldimand from His Excellency's hum- 
ble and obedient servant, Hugh Finlay. With measurements and remarks. 1Y78. 

Scale, a French league to 51 inches. 12 x 32|. 
Partly coloured MS. copy from B series. 

831. Plan of Cape Diamond and of the Heights of Abraham, a-s far as they rise 
before the City of Quebec, and some distance beyond their summit with a part of 
the Ramparts of Quebec, Vizt., from Cape Diamond to St. Ursula Bastion, Shew- 
ing the sections that have been taken on those grounds where the figures marked 
like soundings on a seachart shew how many feet any spot rises above or falls 
below the level of the point A which is the highest on Cape Diamond. N.B. Those 
places that are higher than the level of A have the sign+prefixed to the figures 
denominating that rise; thus on the highest point of the heights is marked+8 to 
show that that hummock is 8 ft. higher than A. These sections were taken partly 
in 1769, by order of His Excellency Governor Carleton, then Commanding the 
Northern District and completed in 1778 by a special order from His Excellency 
General Haldimand, Governor and Commander in Chief, &c., &c., &c. By John 
Marr, Commg. Eng. in Canada and Capt. To His Excellency Frederick Haldi- 
mand, Governor and Commander in Chief of the Province of Quebec and Frontiers 
thereof, &c., &c., &c With some observations relative to this Plan. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 48 x 41. 0. 

832. Plan of the City of Quebec and its Fortifications and of the Ground without- 
side beyond the Heights of Abraham from an Actual Survey, taken thereof by 
Capt"- Marr, Commandg. Engr. in Canada. Shewing the different levels of the 
ground above or below the Point A, on Cape Diamond which is the highest on 
that Cape, like the sounding on a sea chart. N.B. Those places that are higher 
that the level of A have the sign + prefixed to the figures denominating their rise, 
thus the highest point of the heights is marked +8 to shew that that hummock is 
eight feet higher than A. Some observations relative to this Plan. As there are 
not at present a svifficient number of Barracks in Quebec to contain a proper 
Garrison it is humbly proposed that two large Block houses bt; erected of logs 
before the Gorge of each Bastion. These works would not be expensive and might 
be so contrived that in case of a proper Citadel being erected they might be taken 
to pieces without spoiling the timber which might then be applied to other pur- 



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poses. These would serve not only as quarters for a part of the Garrison in time 
of Peace but would also contribute greatly to the defence of the place in case of a 
siege. For in case of a breach made in any of the Bastions and of the enemy 
mounting to assault that breach, the cross fire from some small pieces of cannon 
and the Musquetry lodged in these Redouts being unexpected would cause the 
enemy's fury to relax and give time to those driven from behind the breach to rally 
and kick the assaillants into the ditch. If these redouts before the Gorge of each 
Bastion were joined by a Pile of Barracks, constructed of logs they would be no 
despicable entrenchments. The brush on the Heights in front of the town as being 
a cover for an enemy should be cut down, it was under cover of this brush that the 
rebels worked their batteries against the town in 1775. The brush from L'anse 
des Meres along the face of the Cape Diamond should also be cut down. The nature 
of the soil before Quebec. — On the outward part of Cape Diamond as well as over 
the valley between th-at and the heights, and on the face of the 'heights as far as 
the swampy ground to the S. W. and as far as the road from St. Louis gate the 
earth was scraped off to the face of the rocks to furnish stuff to fill up the Eamparts 
and what parts of the Glacis are formed. On such parts of the Heights as are 
most proper for erecting Batteries against the works there is hardly one foot deep 
of soil above the surface of the rocks, which would oblige an enemy to bring earth 
from a distance for his Batteries and entrenchments. It is humbly thought that a 
stop should be put to the Quarries digging stones in front of St. John's Bastion 
and curtain, as these quarries might easily be turned into lodgements for a besieg- 
ing enemy. 72 x 47-J. 

Bears the stamp of the Board of Ordnance Office. Original. 0. 

833. A Plan of Quebec and Environs, with its Defences and the occasional En- 
trenched Camps of the French, Commanded by Marquis de Montcalm : Shewing 
likewise the principal Works and Operations of the British Forces, under the 
Command of Major General Wolfe, during the siege of that Place in 1759. 

This Plan bears references to the Town and Fortifications of Quebec, and the 
various encampments of the British Forces. Also a description of the Battle 
upon the Hauteurs d'Abraham, with a mention of the death of Wolfe and Mont- 
calm, &c. Surveyed — the East Shore of Montmorency River, Point Orleans and 
Point Levy, with the Several Encampments, Batteries and Works by Lieut. Col. 
Debbieg. The Coast of Beauport by Major Holland. The Town and Fortifications 
of Quebec, the Hauteurs d'Abraham, the field of Battle, and Environs, together 
with the soundings of the basins by Capt. DesBarres. 

Sca^e, 800 feet to an inch. 28 x 60. 

Coloured print from DesBarres North Atlantic Neptune. 

834. Project No. 3. — For a Citadel on Cape Diamond, for the Defence of Quebec, 

by Capt. John Marr, Commandg. Engineer in Canada. With explanations. En- 
gineer's Ofiice, Quebec, 18th July, 1778. John Marr, Comdg. Engr., in Canada, 
and Capt. Bears Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance 
stamps. 

Scale of one hundred feet to an inch. 37^ x 24. 

Original, coloured MS. 0. 

835. (Copy.) Plan of the City of Quebec and its Fortifications and the Ground 
without side beyond the the Heights of Abraham. From an actual Survey 
taken thereof by Capt. Marr commanding Engineer in Canada. Shewing the 
different levels of the ground above or below the point A on Cape Diamond. 
With some observations relative to this Plan, and on the nature of the soil before 
Quebec. Quebec, 31st August, 1779. John Marr, Commandg. Engineer in Canada, 
and Captain. Dedicated to His Excellency Frederick Haldimand Esq. Capn. 
General, and bears the Board of Ordnance stamp. 60-J x 54. 

Coloured MS. copy. 0. 



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836. A View of Quebec from the South East. DesBarres, 1781. 32| x 22. 

Litho from DesBarres Atlantic Pilot, 1781. 

837. Plan of the New Works Erecting on Cape Diamond and which form the 
Citadel of Quebec, shewing their state in October, 1783. With a Note and 
Eeferences. These plans show the mine^ under the glacis. 

Scale of 100 feet to one inch. 39 x 25*. 

Coloured MS. copies (3), bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

838. Plans, Sections and Elevation, shewing the proposed method of constructing 
with masonry the Casemates and Front of the Works planned for forming a 
Citadel at Quebec instead of Timber already employed therein. Quebec, 10th 
Nov., 1783. Gother Mann, Capt. & Commandg. Engr. Original and true copies. 
(By G. Williams in 1809). B. 79. J. 64. 293. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 181 x 16*. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

839. Plan of the Fortifications at Quebec, from St. Louis Bastion to the Barrack 
Bastion with the proposed Works (coloured yellow) for protecting the wall of the 
Town, and increasing the defence of the Flanks. Quebec, 2nd Nov., 1785. Gother 
Mann, Capt. and Commandg. Engr. 

Scale, 160 feet to an inch. 21 x 16. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

840. Plan of the Fortifications at Quebec from St. Louis Bastion to the Barrack 
Bastion, with the proposed works (coloured yellow) for protecting the wall of 
the To\vn; and increasing the Defence of the Flanks. Quebec, 2nd November, 

1785. Gother Mann, Captn. and Commandg. Engr. 
Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 23| x 19. 

Original, and a copy, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

841. Plan of the Towji and Citadel of Quebec with an actual Survey of the Plains 
of Abraham. References and note, 1785. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 65 x 51. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

842. Section running thro' the Curtain between Cape Diamond and Glacier Bastion 
to the highest grounds on the Plains of Abraham. 1785 

Length, 3,000 ft.; perpendicular, 4 ft. in height above the level of Cape 
Diamond, -^cale, 50 feet to one inch. 62| x 7^. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance ofiice. 0. 

843. Three Plans of Sections and Elevations of the Heights of Abraham and Works 
at Quebec. Gother Mann, Capt. and Commandg. Engr., Quebec, 2nd Nov., 1785. 

Original coloured MS. 0. 

844. Plan of the King's Wharf, Quebec. John Collins, Dy. Sur. Genl. 1790. 

Scale, 50 feet=:|- of an inch. 17 x 10. 
Coloured MS. from Q series, unsigned. 

845. Plan of part of His Majesty's Province of Quebec from Montreal Westward; 
Part of the Ottawa River; the River Iroquois, as far as Kingston, the South 
Shore and Part of the North Shore of Lake Erie; Detroit River, and part of 
Lake St. Clair, delineated from my own Surveys, made in the years 1784, 1785, 

1786, 1787, 1788 and 1789. The remainder from the Surveys aiid Sketches of 
different persons. All laid down by a scale of 15 miles to one inch. 46 x 29J. 

Remarks. Finished, 16th March, 1790. Endorsed, Quebec, Case 42, No. 48, 
1790. Canada, 48. 

Coloured MS. copy from map in the Colonial Office, London. 



104 

846. A Plan of Part of the Province of Quebec, shewing the Estates of the Late 
Order of Jesuits, Exceptions — Six hundred acres at Tadousac, and four hundred 
acres on the River Miamis. Compiled in the Surveyor General's Office, 29th 
October, 1790. With References and Remarks. Samuel Holland, Surveyor Gen- 
eral. 34:1 X 29i. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

847. Map of part of the Province of Quebec comprehending also Nova Scotia, New- 
Brunswick, the Island of Cape Breton, and New England, and extending west- 
ward to the River Mississippi. Compiled in the Drawing Room of the Engineers 
Dept. at Quebec, under the direction of Capt. G. Mann, Commanding Rl. Engrs., 
by Wm. Hall, Draftsm., 1791. Key map. 

Scale of Geographic miles, 60 to a degree 60=1 inch. 
Sca'e of British Statute miles 69-J to a degree 70=1 inch. 
Scale of minutes for longitude, 60=-| inch. 26. | x 47. 
Copy from map in Colonial Office, London. 

848. Map of Part of the Province of Quebec, comprehending also Nova Scotia, New 
Brunswick, the Island of Cape Breton and New England; and extending west- 
ward to the River Mississippi. Compiled in the Drawing Room of the Engineers 
Department at Quebec, under the direction of Capt. G. Mann, Commandg, Rl. 
Engr. By Wm. Hall. Dftsm., 1791. Gother Mann, Capt., Rl. Engrs. Notes 
in body of map— Endorsed C. O. [B.T.] Maps. Quebec, &c. Case 42, No. 53, 
1791. Canada 54. 

Scale of Geographic Miles, 60 to a degree. 12=1 inch. 

Scale of British Statute miles, 69i to a degree. 14=1 inch. 

Scale of Minutes for longitudes. 15=^1 inch. In 5 sheets, 30 x 51 each. 

Copy from original in Colonial Office, London. 

849. Quebec. Part of the Works with Plains of Abraham and levels. With notes. 
1791. 29 X 21. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

850. Plan of the Ground facing St. John's Gate, shewing the incroachments made 
on the Glacis. 1792. Endorsed, In Lt. Gov. Clarke's No. 43, of 5 Sept. 1792. (4.) 

Scale, 400 feet to 5 inches. 13^ x 9|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

851. A New and Correct Map of the Province of Quebec with the Adjacent States 
and Provinces from the French Surveys. Connected with those made by Captain 
Carver and other officers in His Majesty's Service. London, Printed for Laurie 
and Whittle, 53 Fleet Street as the Act directs, 12th May 1794. Inset Maps. — 
A particular survey of the Isles of Montreal; Plan oi Montreal or Ville Marie; 
The City of Quebec, and course of the River St. Lawrencee from La Valterie 
to Quebec on a larger scale. 

Scale of maps, 35 British miles to an inch. 27i x 22. 
Coloured print. 

852. Section G. H. from the Right Face of St. John's Bastion. 31 Ft. from the 
Salient Angle making an angle without of 88° 10'' down to the Road leading to 
the Ferry. Quebec, 2nd Nov., 1785. Gother Mann, Capt and Commandg. Engr. 
T. Peckham, 3"any., 1797. 61 J x lOf. 

Copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

853. Plans, Elevations and Section of the Barrier and Blockhouse between the 
upper and lower Towns of Quebec, built across the Road near the Bishop's 
Palace, 1797. Gother Mann, Col. Commandg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 24| x 17^-. 



105 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications, and that of the Ordnance. 0. 

854. Plan of a Survey of the City and Fortifications of Quebec with part of the 
Environs. Done in the Engineer's Drawing Room, Quebec, by Wm. Hall, Lt. 
Royal Arty., 1799. With pencil notes by E. Durnford, Lt. Col. R. Engrs., Quebec, 
24th Aug., 1821. References. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 50 x 30. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stampsi of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

855. Plans, Elevation and Sections of an Ordnance Store proposed to be built on 
Cape Diamond. Gother Mann, Col. Commandg. Rl. Engr., Quebec, 1800. 

Scale, 8 fet to an inch. 28| x 20J. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance Stamp. 0. 

856. Plan shewing the Situation of a Piece of Ground (coloured yellow) on which 
it is proposed to erect Offices and Dwelling Houses for Officers in the Civil De- 
partment of the Ordnance. 1800. 

Scale, 25 feet to an inch. lU x Hi 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

857. Plan, Section and Elevation of a Ppwder Magazine proposed to be built on 
Cape Diamond. Gother Mann, Col. Rl. Engineer's, Quebec, 19th March, 1801. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 20^ x 10^. 

Original, coloured ]^1S. bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

858. Plans, Elevation and Sections of an Ordnance Store House proposed to be 
built on Cape Diamond. Gother Mann, Col. Commandg. Rl. Engr., Quebec, 19th 
March, 1801. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 30^ x 21|. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Beard of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

859. A New Topographical Map of the Province of Lower Canada, Compiled from 
all the former as well as the latest Surveys taken by order of the Provincial Gov- 
ernment by and under the direction of Samuel Holland, Esq., deceased, late 
Surveyor General of the said Province. Is most respectfully inscribed to His 
Excellency, Robert Prescott, Esq., Captain General and Commander in Chief 
of the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada, &c., &c., by his most obedient and 
most humble servants, William Vondervelden, lately assistant Surveyor General 
Canada; Louis Charland, Land Surveyor. Note on the Seigniories. References. 
London. Published by William Vondervelden, No. 20 Cannon Street. Jany 1st, 
1803. See ' Extraits de Titres Vondervelden et Charland ' to accompany this 
map. 

Scale of Statute miles, 8=1 inch. 86 x 25. 
Bears the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

860. Plan of the Property belonging to the late Order of Jesuits in the City of 
Quebec, by Joseph Bouchette, Dy. Sr. Genl. 31 May, 1803. Shows the portions 
retained by the Crown and those conceded. 

Scale, 300 feet to 2 inches. 13 x 8*. 
Coloured copy from Q series. 

861. Citadel of Quebec, shewing proposed Works. M. Genl. Mann, 1st Aug., 1804. 
Notes. 38| X 25-|. 

Original, coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. Signature and date missing. 0. 



106 

862. Plan of the City and Fortifications of Quebec. Gother Mann, M. General 
Commandg. Rl. Engr., Quebec, 1st Aug., 1804. Drawn in the Engineers Drawing 
Eoom, Quebec, by Capt. W. Hall, Royl. Arty., and John B. Duberger, Royl. Mil. 
Draughtsman. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 68 x 58. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector Gemeral 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

863. City and Fortifications of Quebec — Four Plans, Original coloured MS. bearing 
the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

a. — ^Plan of the City and Fortifications of Quebec, with part of the Environs. 
Gother Mann, M. Genl. Commandg. Rl. Engr., Quebec, 1st Aug., 1804. Drawn 
in the Engineers Drawing Room, Quebec, by Capt. Wm. Hall, Royal Artil. and 
John H. Duberger, Royal Military Surveyor and Draughtsman. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 68 x 57f . 

&.— Plan of the Fortifications of Quebec with the New Works proposed. 
Gother Mann, M. Genl. Commandg. Rl. Engineer. Quebec, 1st Augt., 1804. 
Drawn in the Engineers Drawing Room, Quebec, by Capt. Wm. Hall, Royal 
Artillery, and John B. Duberger, Royl. Mily. Surv. and Draughtsman. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 57 x 29. 

c. Plan of the Fortifications of Quebec, with the new Works proposed. 
(Mann's plan of 1804). Copy of foregoing plan. Copied by John Sedley, 11th 
July, 1806. 

c. — Sections through the New Works proposed on Cape Diamond, — ^Remarks. 
The green lines shew the sections of the ground and of the present works in 
ruins. Gother Mann, M. Genl. Commandg Rl. Engr., Quebec, 1st August, 1804. 
Drawn in the Engineer's Drawing Room, Quebec, by Capt. Wm. Hall, Royl. Artly., 
and John B. Duberger, Royl. Mily. Surv. and Draughtsman. Original copies by 
J. B. Duberger and T. Compton. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 28 x 21. 

d. — Section N.O. through the Right Face of the Ursuline Bastion. Section 
L. M. through the advanced Works. Gother Mann, M. Genl. Commandg. Rl. Engr., 
Quebec, 1st Aug., 1804, by Capt. Wm. Hall, Royl. Artillery, and John B. Duberger, 
Royl. Mility. Surv. and Draughtsman. Drawn in Engineers Drawing Room, 
Quebec, by John B. Duberger, Royal Military Surv. and Draughtsman. 

Scale, 25 feet to an inch. 67| x 15. 

Original, 2 copies. 

864. Quebec Sections. M. Genl. Mann, 1st Aug., 1804. 78* x 14^ 

Copies (2), bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

865. Projected "Works at Quebec. (Major General Mann's Project.) (Original). 
(And the Committee of Engineers), as mentioned in Report of 14th March, 1805. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 20-i x 14. 

Original and copy. Outline plans done in colours, the original bearing the 
Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. Copy from Q series. 

866. Plan for forming a Covert Way,, and Parapet between the Salient Anarles of 
St. Louis and Barrack Bastions in order to strengthen the Intennediate Fronts; 
proposed in December, 1782, by Captain Wm. Twiss, Commanding Engineer in 
Canada. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 28^ x 20. 

Coloured MS. copies (2), bearing the stamp of the Ordnance Office. 0. 

867. Plan, Elevation and Section of a Range of Barracks proposed to be erected on 
Cape Diamond to serve as an Hospital for the Troops in the Garrison of Quebec, 
1806. R. H. Bruyeres, Capt. Comg. Rl. Engr., Quebec, 20th October, 1806. 



107 

Scale of 8 feet to an inch. 29| x 20. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

868. Plans, Elevations and Sections of a Range of Casemated Barracks proposed to 
be erected on Cape Diamond to serve as an Hospital for the Troops in the Garri- 
son of Quebec. Inspector General's Office, 9th April, 1807. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 29J x 20J. 

Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. Copy from Q series. 

869. Plan Figuratif Des Terres de M. Rouer D'Artigny et autres, sur le chemin de 
la Grande Allee in 173-i. Endorsed, 1st Feby.. 1734. Louis de Villeray & Paul 
Cote, deed of sale. 

Coloured MS., drawn on the original in the possession of Miss Antrobus, 
Berthier en haut. 8. 

870. Plan of the Jesuits' Barracks and Ground depending on them with the conti- 
guous sheets and market place. Quebec, 1807. 

Scale, 50 feet to one inch. 21 x 19. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

871. Section of a House, to accompany M. Morse's Letter to Mr. Crew, 1807. Inspec- 
tor General's Office, 9th April, 1807, Et. Morse. With notes. 9i x 8^ 

Original coloured MS. S. 

872. Plan of the Foundation Walls under the 2nd floor of the Gaol now building 
at Quebec, 1807-11. Quebec, 6th August, F. Baillairge, Architect. 

Scale, 5 feet to one inch. 26 x 20|. 
Original, coloured MS. 

873. Plan shewing House of Mr. John Jackson, (corner of St. Flavien Street and 
Ramparts). With References. 9i x 16. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. Unsigned. 

874. Plan du Terrein Scitue au Fauxbourg St. Roch concede a M. Pierre Voyer, par 
le Reverend Pere du Berry, Commissair General et Superieur alors des Recollets 
du Quebec. 1808. 7i x 8|. 

M.S. copy from C series. L'nsigned. 

875. Plan of Part of St. Roch suburbs in connection with Pierre Voyer's petition, 
14th Dec, 1808. With references. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 
Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

876. Copy of a Trigonometrical Survey of the Environs of Quebec by A. Gray, Asst. 
Qr. M. Genl., Quebec. 2.5th June, 1810. (From St. Thomas and St. Croix). No. 2. 

Scale, 1,000 yards to 1 inch. 128 x 44i. 

Coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

877. Plan of the Basement story. Designed for a New Senate House, Quebec. 

Joseph Gandy, Architect. A.R.A., Oct., 1811. No. 1. 24| x 29J. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

878. Plan of the Principal Story. Designed for a New Senate House, Quebec. 

Joseph Gandy, Architect. A. E. A. No. 2. 
Scale, 7 feet to the inch. 24| x 29^. 
Original, coloured MS. 8. 

879. Plan of the Premises belonging to the late Chief Justice Elmsley, Quebec. 

1811. With a ground plan of the proposed Hospital for Troops. 
Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 12-J x 1\. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 



108 

880. Outline of Quebec Citadel shewing proposed Buildings. Sent to Col. Durnford 
with Sir Arch. Clarke's, dated, 20th April, 1811, and return from Canada with 
Col. Durnford's letter dated 4 Nov., 1811. 

Scale, 50 feet to one inch. 36 x 26. 

Original, coloured, MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications, and 
Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

881. Gothic Plan of House of Assembly, 1812. Jeffery Wyatt, Jan., 1812. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 21^ x 29^. 
Original, uncoloured MS. ;S'. 

882. Plan of the Jesuit Barracks and Ground belonging to the Crown shewing the 
proposed situations for erecting Barracks. Quebec. 1812. This plan also shows 
the Plan and Elevation of the Proposed Barracks and Officers' Quarters. En- 
dorsed in Sir G. Prevost's, No. 43, IT Jany., 1812. 

Scale, 50 feet to 1 inch. 19^ x 14i. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

883. Plan of part of the Plains of Abraham. 21st Sept., 1813. Shewing No. 1 and 2 
Towers, and the Cavalry Barracks. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 7f x 32-|. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

884. Plan of the Plains of Abraham, shewing existing Cavalry Barracks and pro- 
posed Barracks, with Tower No. 2. 1813. 

Scale, 50 feet to 1 inch. 15 x 9. 
Original, shaded MS. from C series. 

885. Part of Bouchette's Map of the District of Quebec, with Insets of the City 
of Quebec and Town of Montreal. Dedicated to the Prince Eegent. Engraved 
by Walker, London. This is sheet 2 of Faden's map of 1815. 52i x 56. 
Uncoloured print from plate. 0. 

886. A Plan of Works. Submitted by Lt. Col. NicoUs, in advance of the 
present Fortifications terminating on Cape Diamond, Quebec, And those recora- 
mended by Lt. Col. Durnford in connection therewith, for a place of arms on 
Citadel. Agreably to orders from the Inspector Genl. of Fortifications, dated 
11th and 14th October, 1815. Drawn by J. Adams, K.M.S.D., 20th Nov., 1816. 
With references and a note. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 31-J x 28i 

Original coloured MS., bearing Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

887. Plan of Government Property on Fabrique Street. 1815. 12| x 7f. 

Original MS. from C series. 

888. Plan of Quebec in 1815, By J. B. Duberger, C.E. True copy of the original 
plan in the Department of Crown Lands, Quebec. P. M. O'Leary. 

Scale of 350 French feet to an English inch. 55 x 29. 
Coloured MS. copy. 

889. Plan of Quebec, Shewing the Present State of the Works of Defence, distinguish- 
ing what are complete and what are in progress, with the Military Works and 
Buildings that have been ordered. 18th March, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col., Comg. 
R. Engineer in Canada. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 40 x 30. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

890. Plans and Sections of a Casemated Cavalier proposed to be built in the Glaciere 
Bastion, Quebec, 24th July, 1815. With remarks. Quebec, 24tb January, 1816. 
G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Cg. R. Engineer. 



109 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch for the plan; 20 feet to an inch for the section; and 
10 feet to an inch for the Ground Plan. 34 x 27. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

891. Plan and Sections, shewing the present state of the Outworks in advance of the 
Citadel of Quebec with those in yellow submitted to His Excellency Lieutenant 
Genl. Sir Gordon Drummond, Commanding in Canada, by Lieut. Col. Nicolls, 
Commanding Eoyal Engineer in July, 1815. No. 2. Quebec, 18th March, 1816. 
G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Cg. E. Engineer in Canada. With references. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. Scale for the section, 20 feet to an inch. 32 x 23|. 
Original coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

892. A Plan for extending the present Wharfs, under Cape Diamond, Quebec, to 
accommodate the Quarter Master General's and Ordnance Departments, with a 
store for the latter. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Eng., 11th Nov., 1816. 

Scale, 24 feet to an inch. 20 x 13^. 

Original and copy, coloured MS., the copy from Q series, the original from 
C series. 

893. Quebec, Towers Nos. 3 and 4 and Environs, shewing Mr. Taylor's Field, the 
Eoad from St. Foie to its junction with the Eoute de Claire Fontaine. 1816. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 25| x 19. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

894. Plan shewing that part of the Cliff up which it is proposed to cut a new Horse 
road, and the adjacent parts in front of St. Johns and Barrack Bastions. Sur- 
veyed by J. Adams, E.M.S., M.D., 15th April, 1817. Eoyal Engineers Drawing 
Eoom, Quebec, April, 1817. J. B. Duberger, Surv. Endorsed — plan of Cote .i 
Coton, Quebec, 1817. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 17 x 14^. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

895. Plan and Section and Apparent Angle of Ascent, on the Course of the proposed 

Variation to be made in the Cap Rouge the present existing Eoad; and 

thence the course proposed through the Cleared Fields to meet the existing Eoad 
again near the First House. By order of the Commissioners for Internal Com- 
munications for the County of Quebec. By Wm. Sax, D. P. Surveyor and Actg. 
for Sur''- Gen'- Quebec, 23rd June, 1817. With notes and sections. 

Scale, 90 French feet to an inch. 21^ x 16^ 
Original coloured MS. (incomplete). 

896. Plan of the Foundation, (Commissariat Office,, St. Louis St.) Eoyl. Engineers 
Drawing Eoom, Quebec, 26th Nov., 1817. J. B. Duberger, Sur. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 9^ x 6. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

897. Plan of the ground and buildings purchased and appropriated for Commissariat 
purposes. Shewing the Commissariat Offices to which the detailed plans particularly 
allude. (D.) E. E. Drawing Eoom, November 26, 1817. E. Walpole, Lt. E. E. 
Cg. District. 

Sca]e,20 feet to an inch. IIA x 14^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

898. Commissariat Offices, St. Louis St., 1st or Ground Floor. Royal Engineer's 

Dra'g. Eoom, Quebec, 26th November, 1817. (E). J. B. Duberger, Surv. 10 x 6^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 



110 

899. Commissariat Building, Saint Louis St., 2nd Floor. Eoyal Engineers' Office, 
Quebec, 26th November, 1817. J. B. Duberger, Surv., 10 x 6. 

Coloured MS. from C series. 

900. Commissariat Offices, St. Louis Street, 3rd Floor. Eoyal Engineers' Drawing 
Koom, Quebec, 26th Nov., 1817. J. B. Duberger, Surv. 9^ x 6. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

901. Sketch of Mr. Smith's property, ( Quarries Street), Quebec. 1817. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 12i xlO|. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

902. Plan of the Artillery Barracks, Quebec. Royal Engineers' Drawing Eoom, 
Quebec, February 25th, 1818. A. Walpole, Lieut. El. Engineers. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 21f x 17. 
MS. from C series. 

903. Plan accompanying the petition of C. de Lotbiniere, 5th March, 1818. Shewing 
the situation of his property between Port St. Louis and Port St. Jean. 

Echelle d'Arpens, 1 to the inch. 12 x 13. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

904. Palais Gate Hill, and St. Charles Street, (Quebec). Quebec, 18th May, 1818. 
F. Baillairge, Arpt. Endorsed, ' Plan No. 49 ' and ' Gagnon's plan,' 1818. 

Scale, 30 Canadian or Paris feet to 4 inches. 19 x 13^. 
Original shaded MS. S. 

905. The Ballast Ground, Quebec. With notes, and diagrams of the Buoys. Pub- 
lished by John Lambly; 15th May, 1818, as the Act directs. J. Walker, Sculpr. 

llf X 7|. 
Engraved plan. 8. 

906. Plan of Quebec, shewing ground belonging to Mr. Ferguson and M. de Lotbiniere. 
El. Engrs. Office, Quebec, E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., 22nd 
July, 1818. Marked ' Duplicate.' 

Scale, 800 feet to an inch. 17 x 11. 
MS. copy from Q series. 

907. Quebec. Survey and Prolongation of the Line which bounds and separates the 
respective properties of Hon. John Caldwell, Esq., Hon. Wm. Barns, and Mr. John 
Goudie, on St. Peter's Street. Surveyor General's Office, Quebec, 11th August,. 
1818. Jos. Bouchette, S. Genl. With explanations. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 
Original coloured MS. 

908. Plan, Section and Elevation, &c., of a permanent Stone Store recommended to 
be built for the Store Keeper General's Department on the King's Wharf. Quebec^ 
Nov. 5, 1818. No. 15. Engineer's Office, Quebec, Dec. 5th, 1818. One of sixteen 
plans to accompany correspondence, 1819. 

Scale of 10 feet to one inch. 21| x 17. 

Duplicate MS. bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the Inspector 
General of Fortifications. 0. 

909. Plan of Mr. Justice Bowen's House, Mount Carmel Street, in Bp. of Quebec's 
Letter. 1819. 

Scale of 30 feet to one inch. 71 x 12^. 
Coloured copy from Q series. 

910. Plan of that part of the Property belonging to the Late Order of — Situate in 
St. Boch Suburbs. Commanding Eoyal Engineer's Office, Quebec, April 6th, 1820. 



Ill 

Witness to this being a true copy — T. G. W. Eaststaff. Certified, J. Jebb, Royal 
Engr. Commg. The Ruisseau, long store, and Slaughter House added. Wm. 
Sax, P. Land Surveyor. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 12 x 11. 

Coloured original MS. from C series. 

911. Plan of the Heights of Abraham. 1820. Shewing the Ussuline Xuns property, 
the Kings Field, Mount Pleasant, St. Johns Suburbs, and names of property 
holders. 17 x 21. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

912. Plan of the City and Fortifications of Quebec, with References and Notes. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. Commanding Royal Engineer's 
Office, Quebec, 24th August, 1821. With a letter to M. General Rowley, 17th 
Nov., 1821. A copy of this plan sent to Lord Bathurst, 1821, by the Governor. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 21| x 32. 

Original uncoloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

913. Plan of the City and Fortifications of Quebec. References. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commanding. Royal Engineer's Office, Quebec, 19th Sept., 1821. Notes 
This plan evidently was intended as a general plan of reference, for a number of 
individual plans on larger scale. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 38f x 30. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

914. Part of Quebec, shewing St. Louis Castle, Mountain Street, the Bishop's 
Palace, Seminary Garden Wall, Church, &c. Commandg. Royal Engineer's 
Office, Nov., 1821. 

Scale 200 feet to an inch., 10^ x 7|. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

915. Plan for the Prolongation of the King's Wharf, St. Rochs, from the N. W. angle 
of the chain of rock. (B.) Commanding Royal Engineer's Office, Quebec, Nov. 
30, 1821. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. With references. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 17^ x 12|. 
• Original coloured MS. from C series. 

916. Plan for the Prolongation of the King's Wharf, St. Rochs, from the N. W. angle 
of the chain of rock. (B). Commanding Royal Engineer's Office, Quebec, Dec. 
3, 1821. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 100 feet to an inch. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

917. Quebec. Plan, kc, for the prolongation of the public offices occupied by the 
Commissariat Department. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Dec. 
4th, 1821. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 8 feet to one inch. 22 x 28. 

Original coloured MS. from C series — 2 copies. 

918. Map of Quebec and its Environs, from original Survey, 1822. J. Adams, 
R.M.S.D. 

Scale, English miles, ^ to an inch. 36* x 29f. 

Original, uncoloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

919. Plan of Ordnance Work shops, Rear of Armoury, Quebec. Rl. Engr. Office, 
Quebec, 13th April, 1822. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. 



112 

Scale of 1 inch to 10 feet. 17 x lOJ. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

920. Ground Plan No. 1, Staff Quarters, Jesuits Barracks. 1823. W. P. Vaigh. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

921. Plan for converting the School Room and Master's Room, Jesuit Barracks, into 
Solitary Cells. M. Vaigh, Capt. R. Engr. El. Engr. Office, Quebec, 29th May, 
1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comnig. El. Engr. C. With notes. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 9^ x 10. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

922. Sketch of the premises on the N. E. side of Cape Diamond necessary for the 
extension of the Glacis. Accompanying letter from Col. Durnford, 10th June, 
1822. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, June 10, 1822. 

No scale measurements given in body of map. 16f x lOj. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

923. Sketch shewing encroachment on Government military reserves near St. 
John's Gate Guard House, Quebec, 21 June, 1872. 

Ko scale measurements on map. E. W. D. 9x7^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

924. Elevation of Curtain, Flank and Face of King's Bastion. Commg. El. Engr. 
Office, Quebec, 24th Sept., 1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col, Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 39 x 12^. 
Original. 0. 

925. Elevation of Curtain, Left face and Flank of Richmond Bastion and Right 
face and Flank of Dalhousie Bastion. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 24th September, 1823. E. W. Durnford, Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Forwarded with Lt. Col. Durnford's letter of 12 Nov., 1823. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 57^ x 12. 

Original plan (1 of six) bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

926. Quebec — Plans of Fortifications, Government Buildings, Barracks, &c.— 18 

plates containing 52 plans, dated 24th September, 1824, and bearing the stamp of 
the Inspector General of Fortifications. Original uncoloured manviscripts. They 
are as follows : — 0. 

a Plate 1.— Plan of the Parade Ground and Eace Course. Eoyal Engr. Office, 
Quebec. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. With plans, 
sections and elevations of the buildings. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 19| x lOf . 

h Plate 2. — ^Plan, section and elevations of Stables, Officers' Quarters and 
Old Cooking House. E. W. Durnford Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 19 x 12, 

c Plate 2. — Plans, Elevation and Sections of No. 3 and 4 Towers. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

d Plate 2. — Plans, Elevations and Sections of Nos. 1 and 4 Towers. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

e Plate 2. — Nos. 1 and 2 Towers and their surroundings. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 



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f Plate 3. — Plan, Section and Elevation of Commanding Engineer's House, 
"Quebec. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

g Plate 4.— Plans, Sections and Elevations of Splinter Proof Barracks, &e., 
"built against the interior slope of St. Louis Bastion, for the Royal Sappers and 
Miners. Quebec, 1823, 24th Sept. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., 
Canada. 16 x 10. 

h Plate 5. — Artillery Barracks and Park, with plans. Sections and Elevations 
of the Buildings. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

i Plate 6. — Plans, Sections and Elevation of Buildings in Engineers Yard. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

j Plate 6. — Plan of the Eoyal Engineers Yard, with Workshops and Offices 
therein. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg., El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

h Plate 6. — Workshops situated in the Eoyal Engineers Yard. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

I Plate 7. — Plan, Section and Elevation of Harness Store, Cape Diamond, and 
of Man's Store, Cape Diamond. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Eng., 
Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

m Plate 7. — Plans of Boiling House for Salt Petre; of Engine House for the 
Liclined Plane, of a Stone Building situated in the Ditch near St. Louis Gate, 
also, Plans, Sections and Elevations of a Eange of Bomb Proof Barracks fitted 
up as temporary Magazines, Cape Diamond. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

n Plate 7. — Plans, Sections and Elevations of Block House over Powder 
Magazine. Of Magazine under the Block House, Cape Diamond, and of the Gun 
Carriage Store, Cape Diamond. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. - 

Plate 7 — Plan and Section of the Grand Powder Magazine in Cape Diamond 
Bastion with a Stone Building used as a Cooperage by the Ordnance Dept., 
Quebec, 1823. Sept. 24. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
16 X 10. 

p Plate 7. — Plan and Elevation of Officers Temporary Barracks, and of the 
Telegraph-House and other out buildings, Cape Diamond. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

q Plate 7. — Plan, Sections and Elevations of Powder Magazines in the Citadel, 
Cape Diamond, and near the Carronade Battery, and of the French Cavalier. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

r Plate 7. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Eanges of Temporary Powder 
Magazines erected on Cape Diamond, to contain each 1,980 Barrels. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

s. Plate 8.— Garrison Hospital. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

t. Plate 8. — Plans, Elevations and Section of Officers' Barracks, St. Louis 
Street, Quebec. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Eng. in Canada. 
233—8 



114 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

u Plate 8.— Plans, &c. of Mess House occupied by the 37th Kegiment. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

V Plate 8.— Plan shewing relative positions of Government Buildings. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg., El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

w Plate 8.— Section of Hospital No. 6. With plans of various outbuildings. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. Quebec, 24th Sept., 1823. 
16 X 10. 

X Plate 8. — Plans, Sections and Elevations of Mount Carmel House and 
Offices. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

y Plate 8. — Plans and Section of Officer's Mess House, 24th September, 1823. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

z Plate 9. — Plan of the Premises purchased by Government from John Hales, 
Esq., now occupied by the Commissariat Department. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 16 x 10. 

aa Plate 9. — Plans and Elevation of Commissariat Office, Stone Building. E. 
W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 16 x 10. 

hh Plate 10. — Plan, Section and Elevation of a Government House and 
Stables, &c., occupied by Major Elliott, 68th Eegiment. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

cc Plate 10. — Plan shewing location and surroundings of house occupied by 
Major Elliott. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

dd Plate 11.— Plan of the Jesuit Barrack, Yard and Buildings. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

ee Plate 11. — No. 1 Ground Plan of 2nd Story Jesuit Barracks. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10._^ 

// Plate 11.— No. 1. Ground plan of 1st Story Jesuit Barracks. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

gg Plate 11. — No. 1. Jesuit Barracks, shewing Ground Plan of 3rd Story of 
south side and 4th story of north side. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

hh Plate 11. — No. 1. Jesuit Barracks, shewing 2nd story of south side, and 
3rd story of north side. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

n Plate 11.— Plans and Elevations of Outbuildings of Jesuit Barracks, Cook- 
houses, Stables, &c. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

jj Plate 11. — Jesuit Barracks, 4th Story of south side and 5th story of north 
side. Also, west side of No. 1, and, front elevation of Jesuit Barracks No. 1. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El . Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

kJc Plate 12.— Plans, Sections and Elevation of Artillery Barracks, Ordnance 
Stores, Armoury Offices. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 314 x 10. 
II Plate 12.— Dauphin Barracks. Plans. &c., of Eoyal Artillery Officers' 



115 

Quarters and Mess Room. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

mm Plate 12. — Plans, &c., of Buildings in Artillery Barrack Yard. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

nn Plate 12. — Plan of Artillery Barracks, Yard, &c., and Ordnance Stores. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

00 Plate 12. — Plan of Ordnance Shop and various outbuildings. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr. Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

pp Plate 12. — First, Second and Cellar Storys of Artillery Barracks, Ord- 
nance Stores, Armoury and Offices. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 31 x 10. 

qq Plate 13. — Plans, Sections and Elevation of Magazine, St. John's Bastion, 
No. 1, and Gun Carriage Sheds, No. 2. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 16 x 10. 

rr Plate 14. — Present Wood Yard, No. 10, shewing the Old Palace, &c., and 
Property lately sold by Government. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

ss Plate 14. — Ground Plans, Sections and Elevation of Coal Shed and Old 
Palace, and Old Boat House, or Straw House. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 32 x 10. 

tt Plate 15. — Ground plan of the New King's Store on the King's Wharf. E. 
W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 16 x 10. 

uu Plate 15. — Elevation of East Front of New Store, King's Wharf. With 
plans and sections. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

vv Plate 15. — Plan of the King's Wharf, No. 4, shewing new Government 
Stores, Civil Government property. Military Ground, and Trinity House Ground. 
.E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 40 feet to 1 inch. 16 x 10. 

WW Plate 16. — Plans and Elevations of Guard House, &c. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

XX Plate 16. — Plans and Elevations of Guard House, &c. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

yy Plate 11. — ^Plans, &c., of Powder Magazine, Situated on the Grand Battery, 
and of Powder Magazine and of the Store for Small Arms on the Esplanade. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

zz Plate 18. — Powder Magazine near the Hotel Dieu Garden Line Wall. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16 x 10. 

927. Plan of the Citadel of ftuebec, Proposed by Lieut. Col. Durnford, Commg. Eoyal 
Engineers and now under Execution, shewing the respective levels of comparison 
as surveyed and drawn by Lieut. Skene, E.E., September 24th, 1823. With ex- 
planatory notes as on a ' progress plan.' Commanding Eoyl. Engr. Office, Quebec, 
24th Sept., 1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. (There 
are six sheets of sections belonging to this plan.) 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 28i x 21. 
233— 8i 



116 

Original coloured MS. bearing tlie stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications. 0. 

928. Rough Sketch of the New Citadel in Execution situated on Cape Diamond, 
shewing the Buildings thereon. Quebec, 1823, Sept. 24th. Original. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. RI. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 100 feet to an inch. 30 x 21. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

929. Section and Elevation of the Casemate constituting part of the Citadel now 

under Execution at Quebec. September 24th, 1823. Commanding Eoyal Engr. 
Office, Quebec, 24th Sept., 1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr.. 
Canada. 

Scale, 5 feet to an inch. 22| x 13. 

Original partly coloured MS. S. 

930. Section and Elevation of the N. W. Front on a line perpendicular to the W. 
Face of Dalhousie Counterguard. Commanding Royal Engr. Office, Quebec, 
24th Sept., 1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 52 x 12^. 
Original. 0. 

931. Section perpendicular to Right face Saliant of Richmond Bastion. Section 
perpendicular to the left face of Richmond Bastion Saliant; Section perpendicular 
to the Right Face of King-'s Bastion at Saliant angle. Section perpendicular to 
the left face of King's Bastion at the flanked angle. Section through the right 
face of Dalhousie Bastion at Saliant Angle. Commg. Royal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, Sept. 24th, 1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 39| x 251. 
Original. 0. 

932. Section thro' Left face of Richmond Bastion, 15 feet from the shoulder at 
Right angles from A to B. Commanding Royal Engr. Office, Quebec, 24th Sept., 
1823. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 39 x 12^. 
Original. 0. 

933. Progress Plan of the Casemates of the Western Front of the Citadel under 
execution at Cape Diamond, Quebec. With explanatory notes, and sections. E. 
W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 12 Nov., 1823. 

Scale, 30 feet to an inch. Scale of sections, 10 feet to an inch. 30^ x 26|. 
Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance 0. 

934. Plan of the King's Wharf with a proposed Dock. 1823. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 18 x 12. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

935. Notre Dame des Agnes. Ce plan a ete dresse par I'Arpenteur Sousigne a la 
Requete des Reverends Peres Jesuits I'an mil sept cept ciquante quartre. Plamon- 
don. Pour copie conforme au Plan original trouve dans I'Etude de feu M*^''®* 
Plamondon, Arpenteur; Depose dans les Archives de ce District videme et colla- 
tionee par nous sousigne gardiens decelles et Protonotaire de la Cour du Banc du 
Roy a Quebec le 14 May, 1823. Perrault et Ross, C.B.R. 37^ x 19|. 

936. Plan of Ground near No. 3 Tower, Quebec, shewing proposed change in road. 
Rl. Engr. Office, Quebec, 20th April, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Engr. 



117 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch, English measure. 8 x 12^. 
Coloured original MS. from C series. 

937. Progress Plan of the Casemates of the West front of the New Citadel under 
execution at Cape Diamond, Quebec. Keferences (accompanied the Annual 
Estimates for 1825). Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 2;'3th October, 

1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale to sections, 10 feet to an inch; scale to plan, 30 feet to an inch. 34J 
X 25i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing stamps of the Insi)ector General of Fortifica- 
tions and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

938. Plan of Lots near the Wood Yard in St. Rochs, 1824. 

Scale of 50 feet to one inch. Vi'i x 16|. 
Original, imcoloured MS. from C series. 

939. Ground Plan of the Gateway, &c., Northwest Curtain in the Citadel on Cape- 
Diamond, Quebec. No. 1. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commg. R. Engr., Canada. 
Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec. 1825. 

Scale, 4 feet to one inch. 36J x 24J. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

940. Elevation of the Exterior Gateway, Northwest Curtain to the Citadel, Cape 
Diamond, Quebec, on the line E. F. Xo. 2. E. W. Durnford, Colonel Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 1825. 

Scale of 4 feet to one inch. 22^ x 19:^. 

Coloured MS. copy bearing the Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions stamps. 0. 

941. Elevation of the Interior Gateway, Northwest Curtain to the Citadel, Cape 
Diamond, Quebec. (No. 3). E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec. Daniel Brown, L. Corpl., 
Eoyal Sapper and Miners. 1825. 

Scale of Plan and Elevation, 4 feet to one inch. 35J x 24. 
Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

942. Section Thro' A. B. Northwest Curtain, Cape Diamond, Quebec. Commanding 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec. E. W. Durnford, Colonel Commg. El. Engr, 
Canada. Danl. Brown, L. Corpl. Eoyal Sappers and Miners, 1825. 

Scale, 4 feet to one inch. 31 x 22|. 

Original coloured MS. copy bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

943. Plan of Marchmont the property of Lt. Col. Harvey, D. A. G., 11 miles from 
Quebec. With explanations. 

Scale, d'un pouce pour un arpens Francaise. 14i x 12. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

944. Plan, Section and Elevation of proposed Officers' Barracks on Cape Diamond, 
Quebec. Lists of Ordnance and Officers of the Line. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, 
Commg. El. Engr., Canada. Copy, T. E. Baddeley, Lieut, Eoyl. Engineers^ 
Quebec, 30th April, 1825. 

Scale, sixteen feet to an inch. 29 x 48. 

Coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

945. Proposed Elevation and Plan of an Officers' Barrack for the Citadel on Cape 
Diamond, Quebec. A copy. John Walpole, Lieut. Eojd. Engineers, May 8th, 

1825. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commg. El. Engr., Canada. Commanding 



118 

Eoyal Engineers Office, Oct. 1, 1825. 

Scale, 16 feet to an inch. 50J x 28|. 

Coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

946. Plans, Sections and Elevations of a proposed Tower, &c., for the termination 
of the defences at the salient angle of King's Bastion, Citadel on Cape Diamond, 
by Colonel Durnford, Commg. Eoyal Engineer, Quebec. Commanding Eoyal 
-Engineers Office, Quebec, October, 1825. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commg. 
HI. Engr., Canada. T. C. Cardine, Capt. E. E. Comd. Dist. 

Transmitted with estimates for 1826. 
Scale of 8 feet to one inch. 26 x 39. 

Copied by Daniel Brown, Lt. Corpl. Eoyal Sappers and Miners. 
Coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications. 0. 

947. St. Louis Bastion, Ordnance Property. Plan No. 17. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, 
Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, October 21st, 1825. 

21 X 17. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Broad arrow and B. O. stamps of the 
Ordnance Office, also stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

948. To His Excellency the Earl of Dalhousie, Governor in Chief of the Canadas, 
&c., &c. This Map of Quebec and its Environs from Actual and Original Survey, 
1822. Is most respectfully inscribed by John Adams, Eoyal Military Surveyor and 
Draftsman. Insets — Views of the Great Falls of the Chaudiere and the Falls of 
Montmorenci. Published, April 1st, 1826. Engraving, imprint destroyed; seperate 
map. 

Scale of Statute miles, ^=1 inch. 38 x 29^. 
Bears the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

949. To His Excellency the Earl of Dalhousie, Governor in Chief of the Canadas, 
&c., &c. This Map of Quebec and its Environs, from Actual and Original Survey, 
1822; is most respectfully inscribed by John Adams, Eoyal Military Surveyor 
and Draftsman. Published April 1st, 1826. With views of the Great Falls of the 
Chaudiere, and Fall of Montmorenci. Quebec in the distance. 

Scale of Statute miles i to one inch. 39i x 31. 

950. Survey of a Piece of Ground adjoining the Wall of the Castle of Saint Louis, 

made for Saml. Holland, Esq., 8th June, 1765. Copy by Joseph Bouchette, 1825. 
With an explanation. 91 x 12^. 
Coloured MS. 8. 

951. Quebec. (No. 9). Bateau Wharf, &c. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commanding 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 17th Sept., 1826. 16J x lOi 

Coloured MS., signed by Colonel Durnford and bearing the stamps of the 
Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

952. Quebec. Plan of Ordnance Properties at St. Rochs. (Nos. 15, 35 and 26). 
E. W. Durnford, Colonel Commanding Eoyal Engineers, Office, Quebec, Septr. 
17, 1826. 

Scale of 100 feet to one inch. 21 x 17. 

Original, partly coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

953. Quebec. (Plate 9). Plan of the Premises purchased by Government from John 
Hales, Esq., now occupied by the Commissariat Department. Commanding Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 29th Sept., 1826. E. W. Durnford, Colonel. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16^ x lOJ. 



119 

Coloured MS. signed by Col. Durnford, C. E. E., and bearing the Board of 
Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

954. Quebec. (No. 10). Powder Magazine near the Hotel Dieu Garden line wall. 
E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commanding Koyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 29th 
Sept., 1826. 16^ x 10^. 

Coloured MS., signed by Colonel Durnford, C. E. E., and bearing the Board of 
Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

955. ftnebec. (Nos. 11 and 8). Government Properties and Barracks, St. Louis St., 
Mount Carmel St., and St. Genivieve St. E. W. Durnford, Colonel Commanding 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 29th Sept., 1826. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 16J x lOj. 

Coloured MS., signed by Col. Durnford, C.E.E., bearing the Board of Ordn- 
ance and Inspector General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

956. Quebec. (Plate 12). Plan of Artillery Barracks, Yards, &c., and Ordnance 
Stores. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
29th Sept., 1826. 

Scale, 50 feet to one inch. 16^ x lOJ. 

Coloured MS. signed by Col. Durnford, C. E. E., and bearing the Board of 
Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

957. Qnebec. (No. 13). Line of Fortifications from Carronade Battery to Gov- 
ernors Garden, shewing property occupied by Major EUiott. E. W. Durnford, 
Colonel, Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 29th Sept., 1826. 

16^ X lOJ. 

Partly coloured MS. sig-ned by E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg, E. E., bearing 
the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

958. Quebec. (Xo. 18). Artillery Park, or Ordnance Shed, &c. E. W .Durnford, 
Colonel, Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 29th Sept., 1826. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 16 J x 10 J. 

Uncoloured MS. signed by Colonel Durnford, C. E. E., and bearing the stamps 
of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

959. Qnebec. (No. 19). Powder Magazine on Esplanade, and No. 9 Magazine. E. 
W. Durnford, Colonel, Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 29th Sept., 
1826. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 164 x lOJ. 

Coloured MS. signed by Col. Durnford, bearing the stamps of the Board of 
Ordnance and the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

960. Quebec. (No. 20). Ordnance and Zing's Wharf and environs showing Gov- 
ernment Properties. 1826. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commanding Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Quebec, 29th Sept., 1826. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 16^ x lOJ. 

Coloured MS. signed by Col. Durnford, and bearing the stamps of the Board 
of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

961. Quebec. (No. 22). Jesuit Barracks, Yard, and Ordnance property. 

Scale, 50 feet to one inch. 16^ x lOi. 

Coloured MS. signed by Colonel Durnford, C. E. E., and bearing the stamps of 
Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

962. Quebec. (No. 23). Ordnance Property, St. John's Bastion. With a memo. 
E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec 29th 
Sept., 1826. 



120 

Scale of 50 feet to one inch. 21 x 17. 

Original partly coloured MS. bearing tlie stamps of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

963. Quebec. (Plate No. 1). Race course or exercising ground, with environs. 
Commanding Engineers Office, Quebec, Oct. 31st, 1826. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, 
Commg. R. C. Engr. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 161- x lOi. 

Coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and of the 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

964. Quebec. (Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7). Survey of Ordnance property situated in 
or near the Height of Abraham, Quebec, bounded by a red shade. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Colonel, Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 31st October, 1826. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 214 x 28. 

Original, partly coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General 
of Fortifications and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

965. Quebec (No. 18). Royal Engineers Yard and Workshops. E. W. Durnford, 
Colonel, Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 31st October, 1826. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 16^ x 10^. 

Uncoloured MS. signed by Col. Durnford, C. R. E., bearing the stamps of 
the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications.' 0. 

966. Plan of part of Quebec, shewing ground purchased from Mr. Ferguson, &c. 

E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, October 
31, 1826. 38 x 24. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

967. General Plan of Town of Quebec. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 

1826. Accompanying Col. Durnford's letter to Genl dat. . 10 Nov., 1826. 

Survey on a large scale of the various property to be purchased on the north side 
of the Citadel is bounded by red and yellow lines on the general plan of the 
Town of Quebec. 

Scale of 400 feet to one inch. 41 x 29. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

968. Progress Plan of the North and Northwest Fronts, Casemates, &c., of the New 
Citadel under execution at Cape Diamond, Quebec, 1826. Sections. S. C. Mel- 
huish, Capt. Commg. R. Engr., Quebec District. Conmianding Royal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 18th Nov., 1826. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 30 feet to one inch. 69 x 30. 

Original, bearing Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications 
stamps. 0. 

969. Plan, Elevation and Section of a proposed Stone Building, for two rooms in 
addition to the Commissariat Office, Quebec. Commanding Royal Engineers 
Office. Quebec, May 23, 1827. S. C. Melhuish, Capt. Commg. R. Eng., Quebec 
District. 

Scale of 8 feet to one inch. 16^ x lOir. 
Uncoloured Mkj. copy from C series. 

970. Sketch and Section of the G-lacis near the Cote a Coton Road. Commanding 
Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 15th June, 1827. S. C. Melhuish, Capt. Commg. 
Rl. Engineers, Quebec District. 

Scale of plan 100 ft. to an inch. Scale of section, 40 ft. to an inch. 16^ x 10^. 



121 
Original, uncoloured "MS. from C series. 

971. Elevation and Sections of Proposed Plan of Officers' Barracks, intended to 
occupy the whole length of the Curtain of the River Front of the Citadel on Cape 
Diamond Quebec, As proposed by Captain S. C. Melhuish, Commanding Eoyal 
Engineer of the District. Copied by Danl. Brown, Corpl. Rl. Sappers and 
Miners. S. C. Melhuish, Commg. Royal Engineer, Quebec District. Commanding 
Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 16th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. 
Ryl. Engineer, Canada. Referred to in Col. Durnford's letter to General Mann, 
dated 26th Nov., 1827. 

Scale of 12 feet to one inch. 31 x 244. 

Coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

972. Plan of the Citadel of auefcec. S. C. Melhuish, Capt. Commg. Royal Engineer, 
Quebec District. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th November, 

1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. Referred to in Col. 
Durnford's letter to Genl. Mann, dated 26th Nov., 1827. 

Scale, 50 feet to one inch. 751 x SSf. 

Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions stamps. 0. 

973. Plan, &c., of the proposed Cavalier in Richmond Bastion. See general plan of 
the Citadel on Cape Diamond. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. Referred to 
in Col. Durnford's letter to General Mann, dated 26th Nov., 1827. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 254 x 38|. 

Original MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

974. Progress Plan of the New Citadel, under execution at Cape Diamond, Quebec, 

1828. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 1828. Brought home by 
Capt. Melhuisli, 25th Nov., 1828. Notes. 

Scale of 50 feet to one inch. 504 x SO-J. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

975. Rough plan of the Ground on which it is proposed to Construct the Outworks 
of the Citadel of Quebec. Capt. Melhuish, 25th Nov., 1828. 

Scale of 50 feet to one inch. 32} x 24]. 

Original, uncoloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

976. Plan of the Harbour and Basin of Quebec. Surveyed by Order of H. R. Highness 
the High Lord Admiral. By Commander H. W. Bayfield, R.N. and his assistants 
Lieut. P. S. Collins and Mr. A. F. J. Bowen, Mid., October, 1827. 

Admiralty chart with notes corrected to Feb. 2, 1829. 19| x 26J. 
Uncoloured print, bearing the Broad Arrow and stamp of the Inspectox^ 
General of Fortifications Branch. 0. 

977. Quebec. Present Wood Yard, and environs, including the Old Palace. Com- 
mandg. Royal Engineers Office, E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale of 50 ft. to 1 inch. 16J x 10|. 
Original MS. from C series. 

978. Plan of the Government Ground at the Gun Boat Wharf, Lower Town (pre& 
de ville) Quebec. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Feby. 21, 1829, 
T. G. W. Eaststaff. 



122 

Scale of 50 feet to one inch. 15^ x lOJ. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

979. Plan of Lands near QuelDec Citadel. Drawn to accompany General Mann's 
Minute of the 13th April, 1829, on Col. Durnford's letter, dated 16th Deer., 1828. 
Shewing the old boundary of Ordnance land, the first proposed extension thereof 
and the second proposed extension, with references. Drawn by S. B. Hewlett, 
Inspector General's Office, 10th April, 1829. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 20* x 15]. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

980. A Plan of Government property shewing the Lot No. 7, considered to have been 
bought by Mr. Sarony now resumed by the Government, and shewing by a Green 
Stain the access permitted to Mr. Weylair to No. 15 lot. The Yellow Line denotes 
the extension that can be given to the present Wood Yard as described by the 
Commissariat in consequence of Government not selling Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 
14 when the remainder were disposed of in the year 1822 by Order of the Com- 
mander of the Forces. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commanding Rl. Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 29th April, 1829. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. iTi x 14^. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

981. Plan shewing the Ground required for the New Market, Quebec. Mr. Hen- 
derson, 25th June,, 1829. 

Scale of fifty feet to one inch. lOix 12i. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

982. Survey shewing the dimensions of the ground situated between La Fripponne 
Street and St. Giles Street having reference more particularly to the property 
belonging to Mr. Dechambault, taken, October, 1829, agreeably to a letter from 
Quebec, dated. With notes. E. Figg, Lieut. Col. Commandg. Royal Engineer, 
Montreal District, Oct. 5, 1829. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 19th 
Nov., 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 20 x 16. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

983. Plan shewing proposed direction of the New Market Place, Quebec. Command- 
ing Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 4th Feby., 1830. E. W. Durnford, Col. 
Commg. Royal Engr. 

Scale, 100 French feet to one inch. 9| x 9. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

984. Plan of the Old Intendant's Palace, and surroundings, shewing ground occupied 
by Messrs. Dufresne and Campbell, accompanying Mr. A. Campbell's letter of 
6th February, 1830. 

Scale, 50 English feet to one inch. 20| x 12J. 
Original, coloured, MS. from C series. 

985. Progress Plan of the New Citadel under execution at Cape Diamond, Quebec, 

1829. With general remarks on Progress Plan of works performed in the year 
1829. S. C. Melhuish, Capt. Rl. Engineers. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 11th February, 1830. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 50 feet to one inch. 50 x 40. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General and Board of Ordnance 
stamps. 0. 

986. Plan of a Property on St. Paul Street forwarded by the respective Officers, 20th 
Feby., 1830. With explanations. 



123 

Scale, 14 inches to 100 French feet. 18^ x 12. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

987. Sketch shewing the site of the field referred to in Messrs. Charles H. and Louis 
Panet's letter of 23rd April, 1830, to accompany Col. Durnford's letter to the 
Mily. Secy., dated 24th April, 1830. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 24 April, 1830. 
E. W. Burnford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 16 x 10^. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

988. Plan of part of the Beach at Wolfe's Cove, on which the line of separation of 
the Government property of Marchmont from the private beach property below 
is indicated by the red line A : a, b, c, d, e, f , g, h, i, j, k, 1, m„ or foot of the Cliff as 
established by the undersigned Deputy Provinl. Sworn surveyors, B. Sayer, John 
Adams. (Copy). April 29, 1830. With notes. 

Scale, 4 perches to one inch. 28| x 21A. 
Coloured manuscript copy. S. 

989. Plan of King's Wharf (No. 2), shewing the proposed site of a Boat House to 
be erected for the Quarter Master General's Boats, shaded yellow. Commanding 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 14th June, 1830. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. 
El. Engr. 

Scale, 50 feet to 1 inch. With sections, scale, 10 feet to one inch. 16 x 14. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

990. A Plan of the Ground on the left of the St. Louis Road, Quebec, between the 
Citadel and the road leading down to Wolfe's Cove, shewing the proprietors of the 
same, &c., &c., to accompany Col. Durnford's letter ' confidential ' of 1st July, 
1830. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 1st July, 1830. Signed, E. 
W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 400 feet to one inch. lOi x 26^. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

991. Plan shewing the Ground arbitrated upon in 1831, signed Gus. Nicolls, Colonel, 
Commg. Eoyal Engineer, Canada. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 4th 
February, 1835. Copy. Sketch to accompany Colonel Durnford's letter to the 
Inspector General of Fortifications, No. 67 of 1st July, 1830. Signed E. W. 
Durnford, Colonel, Commandg. Eoyal Engineer, Canada, Quebec,- 1st July, 1830. 
T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draugn. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 14|- x 11. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

992. Sketch to accompany Colonel Durnford's Letter to the Inspector General of 
Fortifications No. 67 of the 1st July, 1830. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 1st July, 
1830. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

993. Plan of Quebec. With explanation. 1830. The basis of this plan is the inset 
to Bouchette's.Map of Lower Canada, 1815. This has been so treated as to show 
1 — ^lot of ground purchased from Board of Ordnance as measured on the ice, 
January, 1830. 2 — the same according to the actual channel of Eiver St. Charles, 
and the award of the Arbitrators in 1830. 3 — Extension of ground to build a 
Bridge or Pier, promised by His Exc. Sir James Kempt. 

Scale, 200 feet to | of an inch. 26 x 16. 
Original coloured MS. partly engraved. 

994. Plan, Section and Elevation of a Store, Henry Du Vernet, Lt. Col., Eoyl. 
Staff Corps. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 1830. 



124 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 
Uneoloured MS. copy from C series. 

995. Plan to accompany Colonel Durnford's Letter to the Military Secretary at 
Quebec, No. 14 of the 14th March, 1831. Shewing the City of ftuehec and Plains 
of Abraham with the Government properties marked. Eoyal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 14th March, 1831. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, of 400 feet to 1 inch. 42 x 33. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

996. Plan du Palais Episcopal et du Terrein en Dependant. Leve en vertu d'un Acte 
de la Legislature Provinciale du Bas Canada, Intitule " Acte pour mettre Sa 
Majeste en etat d'acquerir la Propriete du Palais Episcopal de Quebec et du terrein 
en dependant pour les usages publics de la Province. Par Ordres des Commis- 
saires appointe a cet effet, Quebec ce 9 Juilliet, 1831. Eeferences. 

Plan referred to in the Assignment to which the present is annexed, and 
signed by the parties hereto subscribing and by the notaries therein named this 
1st August, 1831. fBernard Clde. Cathol. Bishop of Quebec ; W. B. Lindsay, Com- 
missioner; Jacques Leblond, Commissioner; G. W. Wicksteed, Commissioner; Ed. 
Glackmeyer, N.P. ; Arch. Campbell, N.P. 

Certificates of this plan being a true copy of the original, signed, Prothonotary's 
Office, Quebec, this 19th day of March, 1870, Fiset & Burroughs. 

Echelle de 30 pieds Erancais dans un pouce Anglais. 21| x 19|. 

Copy from original in the Prothonotary's Office, Quebec. W. 

997. Plan du Palais Episcopal et du Terrein en Dependant. Leve en vertu d'un 
Acte de la Legislature Provinciale du Bas Canada, Intitule, ' Acte pour mettre Sa 
Majeste en etat d'acquerir la propriete du Palais Episcopal de Quebec et du terrein 
en dependant pour les usage publics de la Province.' Par ordre des Commissaires 
appointe a cet effet, Jos. Hamel, Arpr., Quebec, ce 9 Juillet, 1831. Copie par 
Jos. Eosa, 12 Mars, 1870. Plan referred to in the assignment to which the present 
is annexed and signed by the parties hereto subscribing and by the notaries therein 
named this 1st August, 1831. fBer. Clde. Cath. Bishop of Quebec; W. E. Lind- 
say, Commissioner; Jacques Leblond, Commissioner; G. W. Wicksteed, Commis- 
sioner; Ed. Glackmeyer, N.P.; Arch. Campbell, Not. Pub. Caique correcte de la 
copie faite sur papier par Jules Belanger, Arp. Prov., le 7 mars, 1870, d'apres 
I'original demeurrant de record dans le GrefFe des Protonotaires de Quebec, Quebec, 
12 Mars, 1870. G. F. Baillarge, Arpt. Ing. du Dep. de Trav. Pub. de la Puissance 
du Canada. Vraie copie, Quebec 7 Mars, 1870, Jules Belanger, Arp. Provincal. 
Charps. 16,00. 

Echelle de 30 pieds Francois dans un pouce Anglais. 26 x 24^. 

998. Elevation of Officers Barracks, Citadel, Cape Diamond, Quehec. With sections. 
S. C. Melhuish, Captain, El. Engineers, Commg. Quebec District. E. T. Ford, 
Lieut. E. E., 1831. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Eng., Canada, 4th Novem- 
ber, 1831. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 24:1 x 17|. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

999. Plan and Section of an Outwork proposed to occupy the Ground in front of the 
Citadel of Quebec. With references. (No. 2). S. C. Melhuish, Capt. El. En- 
gineers, Commg. Quebec District. Henry P. Wulff, Lt. Eyl. Engrs. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 4th November, 1831. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 31| x 24^. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1000. Plan and Section of a Powder Magazine to contain 8,736 Barrels of Powder 
proposed to be erected in Diamond Bastion, in the Citadel of Quebec. D. I. 42. 



125 

S. C. Melhuish, Capt. El. Engineers, Commg. Quebec District. E. W. Durnford, 
Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 4th November, 1831. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 19 x 15. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance and the 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1001. Plan, Elevation and Section of a Bombproof Commissariat Storehouse pro- 
posed to be erected parallel to the Curtain between Eichmond and King's Bastion 
in the Citadel of Quebec. A. I. 39. S. C. Melhuish, Captn. El. Engineers, Comg, 
Quebec District. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 4th Novem- 
her, 1831. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 19^ x 15. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1002. Plans, Elevation and Sections of a Bombproof Commissariat Storehouse pro- 
posed to be erected across the gorge of Mann's Bastion in the Citadel of Quebec. 
B. I. 40. S. C. Melhuish, Captn. El. Engineers, Commanding Quebec District. 
E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 4th November, 1831. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 15 x 19J. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1003. Plan of Officers' Barracks, Citadel, Quebec. With references. S. C. Melhuish, 
Capt. El. Engineers, Commg. Quebec District. E. T. Ford, Lieut. E. E., 1831. 
E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 4th November, 1831. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 254 x 18. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1004. Plan of the Citadel of Quebec. No. 1. With references. S. C. Melhuish, 
Capt. El. Engineers, Comg. Quebec District. Henry P. Wulff, Lt. El. Engrs., 1831. 
E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 4th November, 1831. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 34g x 24. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and also that of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1005. Plan, Sections and Elevation of an Armoury and Carriage Store, containing 
Armourer's Shops, &c., &c., proposed to be erected across the Gorge of Diamond 
Bastion in the Citadel of Quebec. S. C. Melhuish, Capt. El. Engineers, Comg. 
Quebec District. C. I. 41. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
4th November, 1831. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 18 x 14i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1006. To His Most Excellent Majesty, King William IV. This Topographical Map 
of the Districts of Quebec, Three Rivers, St. Francis and Gaspe, Lower Canada 
exhibiting the New Civil Division of the Districts into Counties, Pursuant to 
a recent Act of the Provincial Legislature, is with His Majesty's Gracious and 
special permission Most humbly and gratefully dedicated by His Majesty's most 
devoted and loyal Canadian subject Joseph Bouchette, His Majesty's Surveyor 
General of the Province and Lieut. Colonel : CM. Inset. — Inferior District of 
Gaspe. Views. Published by James Wyld, Geographer to the King, May 2nd, 
1831. 

Scale, 3f miles=l inch. 91 x 50. 

Coloured print, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 



126 

1007. Sketch shewing properties of Honble. John Stewart, Mr. Panet, Mr. Joly 
and Mrs. Dunn, required to extend the Glacis in front of St. John's Gate ; with 
their values. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 12th November, 
1831. Copy. J. Nightingale, Drawing Eoom, ( I. G. F. Office). 3 Jan, 1832. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 21i x 16^. 
Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1008. Sketch shewing proposed drainage of the Barracks, accompanying Mr. Chap- 
man's letter of 3rd April, 1832. 7i x 13. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1009. Skeleton Plan showing the extent of the lines of Works of Quebec, &e. for 

the information of His Excellency Lord Aylmer, K. C. B. Commander of the 
Forces in Canada, &c., &c., &c. Gus. Nicolls, Colonel, Commg. Koyal Engineer, 
Canada, 21st May, 1834. Koyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 21st May, 1834. E. 
T. Ford, Lieut. Koyal Engineers. R. C. Alderson, Capt., Senoir Kl. Engineer, 
Quebec District, 21st May, 1834. Copy. J. Nightingale, 7th July, 1834. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 39f x 30^. 

Coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General and Board of Ordnance stamps. 

1010. Plan (1) shewing in Blue the Land obtained from Honble. John Stewart 
in exchange for the Ordnance Property at Marchmont, and in yellow, that 
recommended to be obtained by exchange for Crown Lands agreeably to Mr. 
Spring Kice's letter to His Lordship the Governor in Chief, dated 4th Aug., 1834. 
Gus. NicoUs, Colonel, Commg. Kl. Engineer, Canada. T. G. W. EaststafF, 
Draughtsman. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 21 x 16. 
Partly coloured MS. from Q series. 

1011. Plan (2) shewing the Ground arbitrated upon in 1831, Quebec. Copy. 
Sketch to accompany Colonel Dumford's letter to tbe Inspector General of Forti- 
fications No. 67 of 1st July, 1830. Signed, E. W. Durnford, Colonel Commandg. 
Eoyal Engineer, Canada. Quebec, 1st July, 1830. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughts- 
man. Gus. Nicolls, Colonel, Commanding Koyal Engineer, Canada. Eoyal En- 
gineers office, Quebec, 4th February, 1835. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 17i x 12. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1012. Sketch shewing the extent of the Military Ground adjacent to the King's 
Wood Yard, Quebec, forwarded by the Eespective Officers, 25tii October, 1835. 
Gus. Nicolls, Colonel, Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. Quebec, 28th October, 
1835. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 154 x 16. 
Original partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1013. Sketch of Towers Nos. 3 and 4, Quebec. (Plan No. 2). Shewing Ground 
purchased by tbe Military Branch of Government, and Towers built on part of 
an Advanced Position for the protection of the Tower and Suburbs of Quebec. 
Gus. Nicolls, Colonel, Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. Quebec, 16th Feby., 1837.. 
G. Whitmore, L. E. E. 

Scale, of 100 feet to 1 inch. 21i x 17|. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1014. Map of the Mouth of the Bonaventure River. 13th April, 1837. H x 6^. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1015. Map of the Post Route between Quebec and Fredericton, E. Carter, 30th 
Dec, 1837. 

Scale, about 24 miles to one inch. 8| x 24^. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 



127 

1016. Plan of the City Gaol, Quebec, and the Property Appending. Drawn by 
Fredk. Hacker Co., Architects. Quebec, December, 1837. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 28 x 24^ 
Original shaded MS. S. 

1017. This Plan represents a road laid out and located from the Northwest Bay 
of Moosehead Lake in the State of Maine to the Road leading from the Kennebec 
River to Quebec, under the authority of George W. Coffin, Land Agent for the 
Common-wealth of Massachusetts and John Hodgson, Land Agent of Maine. 

Thirty-one miles and one hundred rods of said road from Moosehead Lake 
to the Portage Stream was located in the year 1836 by Silas Barnard, Surveyor, 
and seven miles and one hundred and fifty-eight rods of said road, from Portage 
Stream to the Canada Koad, was located A.D. 1837, by Abner Cobum, Surveyor. 
Distance supposed to be in the Province of Lower Canada, from the height of 
land on said road to the said Canada road is 10 miles 142 rods. Copy from the 
original in the Land Office of Maine at Bangor. By Oliver Frost, Asst. Ld. Agt. 
June 24th, 1838. 88 x 20. 

1018. A New Map of the Province of Lower Canada, Describing all the Seigneuries, 
Townships, Grants of Land, &c. Compiled from plans deposited in the Patent 

Office, Quebec. By Samuel Holland, Esq., Surveyor General, to which is added 
a plan of the rivers Scoudiac and Magaguadavic, surveyed in 1796, '97 and 98, 
by order of the Commissioners, appointed to ascertain the true Eiver St. Croix 
intended by the Treaty of Peace in 1783, between His Britannic Majesty and 
the United States of America. London. Published by James Wyld, GeographcT 
to Her Majesty, 56 Charing Cross, Jany., 1838. (Second Edition). 

Scale, 12J British miles to an inch. 
Coloured print from plate. 

1019. Quebec — Sketch of the Fortifications, from the King's Bastion to the Grand 
Battery. 1838. 13 x 5^. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1020. Quebec. Sketch shewing the Site of the Proposed Guard Room. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 8i x lOJ. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1021. Plan of certain Water Lots situate at L'Ance des Meres, or Diamond Harhonr, 

near the City of Quebec, granted to James Bell Forsyth, Esquire, Surveyor 
General's Office, Quebec, 15th April, 1839. Joseph Bouchette, Sur. Genl., L. C. 

Scale, 300 French feet to 4 inches. 18 x 15. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1022. Quebec. Plan of the Proposed Guard Room. Item 11, An Est., 1840— G. 
Whitman, Captn., Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 19th July, 1839. J. Oldfield, 
Lt. Colonel Commg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale of 8 feet to 1 inch. 11 x 14J. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1023. Sketch of a parcel of Land on the St. Lewis Road or Grande AUee, and 

adjoining the Ball Cartridge Field, with an extract from a proclamation by His 
Excellency, dated, 9th December, 1839, and copious notes. Original sent to the 
Attorney General, 3rd Dec, 1839, to accompany his draft of an Order in Council 
for taking the ground for the government. T. Foster, Major, Brigade Major, 
K. E. Copy, by J. Nightingale, 3rd March, 1840. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 23i x 18 §. 

Coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 



128 

1024. Plan of the Property on the St. Louis Road, Purchased by William Lamp- 
son, Esquire, from the Nuns of the TJrsuline Convent. Exhibiting the improve- 
ments which it is contemplated to make thereto and a plan of the wharf and Beach 
Property at Diamond Harbour in connection therewith (from an actual survey). 
Quebec, 1839. 

Scale, 100 French feet to one inch. 31 x 18. 

Oripin^l coloured MS. bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1025. Sketch shewing the proposed manner of deepening the Scarpe of the short 
Fl?.nk near Hope Gate Guard House, Quebec. E. S. Baron, Major, R.E. 31st 
August, 1840. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch, llj x lOJ. 
Original colovired MS. from C series. 

1026. Quebec. Sketch shewing line, stained yellow, of proposed wall of Fuel Yard 
from Saint Roeh street to the Old Intendant's Palace. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 7x7- 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1027. Survey of Quebec, by Capt. Bathurst, Coldstream Guards, Asst. Engineer, and 
Mr. Scott, acting Surveyor and Draughtsman under the Superintendence of Capt. 
Whitmore, E.E., by direction of Lieut. Colonel Oldfield, K.H., Commanding Royal 
Engineer in the Canadas, Oct. 20th, 1840. R. J. Brown, Major, R. Engrs., 20th 
October, 1840. Notes on distances, &c. J. Oldfield, Lt. Colonel, Commanding 
R. Engineer in Canada. 27 Eeby., 1841. Also note on the great fire of 1845. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 79 x 54. 

Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1028. Sketch of the Ground near Point Levi opposite Quebec, shewing the position 
of Towers proposed to be erected and relative heights. N.B. — This sketch is on 
the same scale as that of Quebec and can be connected with it by uniting the two 
at the points indicated. R. S. Brown, Major, R. Engr., 2nd January, 1841. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 62 x 31|. 

Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1029. Quebec. Plan and Sections of a Commissariat Store built in the Citadel in 
the year 1839. With References and Record. R. I. Pilkington, Draftsman; R. 
S. Baron, Major, R. Engineers, 8 February, 1841. J. Oldfield, Col. R. Engineer 
in Canada, 15th July, 1841. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 29 x 24. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1030. Sketch shewing the Relative Position of the New Commissariat Store, between 
Diamond Bastion and Mann's Bastion in the Citadel, Quebec. Richard Burnaby, 
Lieut. Royal Engr., 9th July, 1841. J. Oldfield, Lt. Col. Commg. R. Engineer in 
Canada, 9 July, 1841. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 18 x 11*. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1031. General Plan shewing the Ordnance Property at Quebec, shewing in red the 
Ordnance Property and in green land leased to the Ordnance. To accompany 
Lt. Col. Oldfield's letter to Insp. General of For., dated 30th Sept., 1841. Richard 
Burnaby, Lieut. R. Engrs. ; P. Cole, Major, District R. Engineer. 2nd October, 
1841. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 53| x 34. 

Original coloured MS. bearing Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 



129 

1032. Citadel and Town Works of Quebec, showing the Ordnance Land, and the 
portion of the Suburbs within a range of 200 yards from Salient points of the 
Counter scarp. With explanatory notes. Copy by S. B. H. 4th Dec, 1841. 

Scale, 65 yards to an inch. 21| x 18. 

Coloured MS. copy bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1033. Plans, Elevations, &c., of Property situated in Parlor Street, lately destroyed 
by fire, belonging to the widow of the late Dr. Harkness of Quebec, and occupied 
as the General Post Office. J. Hacker & Co., Archts., &c. 

Scale. Jth of an inch to a foot. 29^ x 21. 

Original, uncoloured MS. marked ' C ' Xo. 488. In Mr. Stavner's, 27th 
Dec, 1841. S. 

1034. Plan of the Military and Naval Operations, under the command of the 
Immortal Wolfe and Vice Admiral Saunders Before Quebec. With dedication 
to the United Services of the British Empire by Alfred Hawkins, Quebec, 1841. 
With references and vignettes. Published by J. Wyld, London, 1841. 

Scale, 10 French arpents to one inch. 33i x 29|. 

Uncoloured proof print, bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1035. Quebec — Contoured Plan of Ground round No. 1 Tower, on the Plains of 

Abraham, Julm Simmons. Lieut., El. Engrs., Xov. 29th. 1842. J. Oldfield, 
Colonel Staff, Com. Royal Engineer, Canada. 21 December, 1842. P. Cole, 
Major, Dist. Royal Engr., 29th November, 1842. Ed. Pilkington, Draftsman; 
Examined, S. Westmacott, Lt. and Act. Adjt., R.E. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. .35i x 33. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

a 2 — Contoured plan of ground round Xo. 2 Tower. 0. 

h 3 — Contoured plan of ground around Xo. 3 Tower. 0. « 

c 4 — Contoured plan of ground round Xo. 4 Tower. 0. 

1036. Outline Map. shewing in yellow, the course of the proposed Military Road 
from Quebec to Halifax, 576 miles. With references, section and table of dis- 
tances. 1844. 

18 X 10J-. 
Original. W. 

1037. To accompany Lt. Colonel Ward's letter to the Respective Officers at Quebec, 
dated 2 May, 1844, respecting the erection of shambles close to the Jesuits' 
Barrack. W. C. Ward, Lt. Col. Rl. Engrs., Quebec, 2 May, 1844. Richard 
Burnaby, Lieut. Royal Engineers, 2nd May, 1844. Royal Engineers Office. 
Quebec 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 14 x 12-J. 
LTncoloured original MS. from C series. 

1038. Plan of the City of Quebec, shewing the Portions destroyed by the Two 
Great Fires, May 2Sth and June 28th, 1845. Published by the Proprietors of th-/ 
Quebec Gazette and presented to their subscribers. 12 x 9. 

Uncoloured print. S. 

1039. Extract from Vondenvelden's Plan, of the City of Quebec, dated, 1800. Joseph 
Hamel, City Surveyor, 4th Xovember, 1846. 

Scale of 150 feet to an inch. 15| x 11. 
Uncoloured MS. copy, from C series. 

1040. Plan of the boundary and encroachments of the Old Chateau ground, ]846. 
74-1 x 10-J. 

Original partly coloured MS. from C series. 
233—9 



130 

1041. Plan of the Encroachment of the Old Chateau Premises, beyond the boundary 
lines A. B. C. and O. A. 1846. 14 x lOf. 

Partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1042. Plan of Lots of Ground in La Canoterie and St. Charles Streets, Quebec, 
purchased by Government, 1846-7. A. To accompany Capt. Hornby's report to 
the Commandg. El. Engineer, Canada, dated, Quebec, 12th July, 1847. Surveyed 
and drawn by Capt. P. J. Hornby, E. E., and Chs. Walkem, Surveyor and Drafts- 
man. May, 1847. With reference to the Commanding Eoyal Engineei-'s letter to 
the Inspector Genl. of Fortifications, dated 24th August, 1847. No. 889. W. W. 
Holloway, Colonel, Com. El. Engr. Eeferences. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 49 x 21. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1043. Plan of Lots of Ground in St. Vallier Street, Quebec, Purchased by Govern- 
ment, 1846-7. B. Eeferences. Surveyed and drawn by Chas. Walkem, Surveyor 
and draftsman, May, 1847. To accompany Capt. Hornby's report to the Com- 
mandg. El. Engineer, Canada, dated, Quebec, 12th July, 1847. Phipps J. Hornby, 
Capt. El. Engineers. With reference to the Commanding Eoyal Engineer's letter 
to the Inspector General of Fortifications, dated 24th August, 1847. No. 889. 
W. W. Holloway, Colonel Comg. El. Engr. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 44i x 214. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1044. Plan of Lots of Ground in St. Lewis and St. John's Suburbs, Quebec, Pur- 
chased by Government, 1846-7. With references. To accompany Capt. Hornby's 
report to the Commandg. El. Engineer, Canada, dated Quebec, 12th July, 1847. 
Phipps J. Hornby, Capt. El. Engineers. With references to the Commandg. Eoyal 
Engineer's letter to the Inspector Genl. of Fortifications, dated 24th August, 1847. 
No. 889. W. W. Holloway, Colonel, Comg. E. Engr. Surveyed and drawn by 
Chas. Walkem, June, 1847. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 174 x 211. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications, and that of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1045. Plan of Ordnance Property, Quebec. D. Shewing the extent of property up 
to the year 1846; the several lots purchased in 1846-7, and the extent held under 
the lease together with the dates of expiration. To accompany Capt. Hornby's 
letter to the Commandg. E. Engineer, Canada, dated, Quebec, 12th July, 1847. 
Phipps J. Hornby, Capt. El. Engineers. Copied from a plan in the El. Engineer's 
Hr. Qr. Office, dated, 1847. By Charles Walkem, Surveyor and Draftsman, June. 
1847. With reference to the Commanding El. Engineer's letter to the Inspector 
General of Fortifications, dated, 24th August, 1847. No. 889. W. W. Holloway, 
Colonel, Comg. El. Engr. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 51 x 31. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1046. Plan of the Fuel Yard of Quebec, February, 1847. No. 1. With explanations. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 21J x 15^. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1047. Plan of Fuel Yard and part of the Defences of Quebec. Feby., 1847. No. 2. 
With references. Surveyed and drawn by Chas. Walkem, Sur. and draftsman; 
Phipps J. Hornby. Lieut. El. Engineers, 23rd February, 1847.. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 34^ x 23. 



131 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance, and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1048. Figurative Plan of part of the Sillery Domain, &c. Surveyed at the request 
of the Honourable John Stewart, Esquire, Commissioner of the management of 
the Jesuit Estates. Benj. Ecuyer, D.P.S. Crown Lands Office, Monireal, 1847. 

Scale of two Erench arpents to an inch. 16 x 21. ' 

Uncoloured MS. copy. S. 

1049. Quebec. Revised Plan shewing in yellow the portions of Ordnance Property 
under leases which expired 30th April, 1849, one being held by Mr. May, the 
other together with the Ordnance Wharf by Mr. King. Notes, references, and 
explanations. Compiled from various sources, the Boundaries of Ordnance Pro- 
perty being laid down from recent surveys and from examination of legal docu- 
ments. This plan has been examined, and the boundaries are found to correspond 
with the actual surveys made by me, Charles Walkem, Surveyor and Draftsman, 
R. E. Dept., 11th June, 1849. To accompany the Comg. Rl. Engineer's letter to 
the Inspector General of Eortifications, dated, 9th June, 1849. No. 1,301. 

W. W. Holloway, Colonel, Comg. R. Engr. Copy. J. Nightingale, 25th 
Jany., 1850. A memo. — ' Replies to observations on a plan of Quebec, by the Chief 
Draftsman, dated 26th March, 1849,' by W. W. Holloway, Colonel Commanding 
Rl. Engr., with pencil notes by S. B. H. (S. B. Hewlett, Chief draughtsman of 
the Ordnance Office), dated 28th June, 1849, and 26 Jany., 1850, is attached. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 38 x 20. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Eortifications stamp. 0. 

1050. Quebec Citadel. No. 1. Completion Plan, Elevation and Section of Bomb- 
proof Coal Vaults, forwarded in accordance with Sec. XII., Par. 2, Page 69, Engr. 
Code ' as executed.' W. R. Ord, Lt. Col, Rl. Engr., Quebec, 21 June, 1849 From 
measurement. J. Browne, Lieut. Rl, Engineers, 4th May, 1849, References, 

Scale of 8 feet to 1 inch. 

No. 2. — Record plan of the staunching of the Bomb-proof Coal Vaults, ' as 
executed.' W. R. Ord, Lt. Col. Rl. Engr., Quebec, 4th September, 1849. From 
measurement. Drawn by F, S. L. Murray, Lieut. Royal Engrs., 25th August, 1849, 

Scale, 1 ft. to 1 inch. 24 x SYf, 

Original coloured MS,, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps, 0. 

1051. Quebec Citadel— Bomb-proof Hospital. Lt. Colonel Ord, 21st June, 1849, 
Seven Original Coloured MS, plans, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp, 0. 

a No. 1. — Quebec, Citadel, Record Plan of Bomb-proof Hospital ' as executed ' 
forwarded in accordance with Section XII, Par, 2, Page 69, Engr. Code, W, R. 
Ord, Lt. Col. Rl. Eng. Quebec, 21 June, 1849. With references. From measure- 
ment; drawn by Jas, Grand, Foreman of Works, 2l6t May, 1849. 

Scale of 10 feet to 1 inch. 23^ x 18. 

h 2. — Quebec, Citadel, Bomb-proof Hospital ' as executed ' W. R. Ord, Lt. 
Col, Rl. Engr., Quebec, 21 June, 1849 Plan of First Floor. From measure- 
ment ; drawn by Jas. Grand, Foreman of Works, 21st May, 1849. 

Scale of 10 feet to 1 inch. 23i x 18. 

c 3. — Quebec, Citadel, Bomb-proof Hospital ' as executed.' W, R, Ord, Lt. 
Col, Rl. Engr., Quebec, 21st June, 1849. ' Elevation.' From measurement; drawn 
by Jas. Grant, Foreman of Works, 21st May, 1849. 

Scale of 10 feet to 1 inch. 23^ x 18. 

d 4. — Quebec Citadel, Bomb-proof Hospital ' as executed,' W, R. Ord, Lt. 
Col, Rl, Engr,, Quebec, 21st June, 1849. Section on line A. B. with references. 
From measurement ; drawn by Jas. Grand, Foreman of Works, 21st May, 1849, 
23.3— 9 J 



132 

: Scale of 10 feet to 1 inch. 23J x 18. 

e 5. — Quebec, Citadel, Bomb-proof Hospital ' as executed.' W. K. Ord, Lt. Col. 
El. Engr., Quebec, 21 June, 1849. Section on line C. D. From measurement; 
drawn by Jas. Grand, Foreman of Works", 21st May, 1849. 

Scale of 10 feet to 1 inch. 23^- x 18. 

/ 6. — Quebec, Citadel, Bomb-proof Hospital ' as executed.' W. R. Ord, -Lt. 
Col. El. Engr., Quebec, 21st June, 1849. Section on line E. F. From measure- 
ment; drawn by T. A. L. Murray, Lieut El. Engr., 8th June, 1849. 

Scale of 10 feet to 1 inch. 23i x 18. 

g 7. — Quebec, Citadel, Bomb-proof Hospital, ' as executed.' W. E. Ord, 
Lt. Col. El. Engr., Quebec, 4th Sept., 1849. Section on line G. H. From measure- 
ment; drawn by Jas. Grand, Foreman of Works, August 22nd, 1849. 

Scale of 10 feet to 1 inch. 23i x 18. 

1052. Plan of the North Shore Railway, shewing- the connection between the Cities 
of Quebec and Montreal. The Grand Trunk, Montreal and By Town Railways. 
James N. Gildea, M. I. C. E. Engineer in Chief, November, 1853. Leggo, en- 
graver and Printer, Quebec. 

Scale, 5 miles=l inch. 33] x 14]. 
Plain print. 

1053. Sketch shewing a portion of the North West shore of the Island of Orleans 

and the beach between high and low water marks, also the sites of the ranges 
required for Eifle and Artillery practice, to accompany Report from Col. Hadden, 
C. R. E., C.E., dated 8th Nov., 1858. W. S. Hadden, Col. C.R.E., C.E., 8th Nov.. 
1858. With references. J. Gamier, Lt R. E., Oct. 28/58. 

Scale, 375 yards to 1 inch. 22 x 17. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1054. Extract from Lamorille's Plan of part of the City of Quebec, dated, 1758. 
Copy. Joseph Hamel, City Surveyor, 4th November, 1846. 

Scale of 60 feet to an inch. 16J x 11. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

1055. Quebec — Record Plan of Ordnance Property called for by the Inspector 
General's letter dated 11th Oct., 1845. No. 4077. W. R. Ord, Lt. Col. Rl. Engr., 
Quebec, 19th Feby., 1850. Henry Vavasour, Col. Commanding Rl. Engineer, 
Canada, 2nd August, 1850. Descriptive notes. References and list of Town 
Works, J. M. Browne, Lt. Rl. Engineers, 19th Feby., 1850. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 64-| x 29^. 

Original bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1056. Quebec Citadel, Record Plan of No. 9 Tank (as executed). Henry Vavasour, 
Col. Comg. Rl. Engineer, Canada, 6th August, 1850. References. W. R. Orde, 
Lt. Col. Cg. R. Engr, Quebec, C. E., 4th Dec, 1849. With plan of Citadel showing 
the position of No. 9 Tank. J. L. M. Browne, Lieut. Rl. Engineers, 4 December, 
1849. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 42 x 23. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1057. Quebec. Record Plan and Sections of the Tank in front of the Officers' Bar- 
racks, Citadel, as executed during the years 1849-50. With sections and memo- 
randa. Authorized, Item 8; Ordnance A Estimate, 1849-50, M. G. and B. 
Order 17th April. 1849 E/460. Drawn by R. L. Beaton, Captain, Royal EngTS., 
May, 1851. C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. Cg. Rl. Engineer, C. E. Quebec, 24th 
]\ray, 1851. 



133 

Scale for plan, 20 feet to au inch; for sections, 10 feet to an inch. 38 x 24^. 
Original, coloured, MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1058. Quebec Record Plan and Sections of the Tank in front of the Armoury, Citadel, 
' As executed ' during the year 1850-51. Authorized item 8, Ordnance A. Esti- 
mates, 1850-51. M. G. and B. Order, 4th March, 1850-51. C. O. Streatfield, 
Lt. Col. Comg. Eoyal Engineer, C. E., Quebec, 15th October, 1851. Geo. J. Daw- 
son, Lieut. E. E., 7th October, 1851. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch for sections; for plan, 20 feet to an inch. 37^ x 21.}. 
Original plan, coloured manuscript, bearing the stamps of the luspectof 
General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1059. Quebec. . The lines edged 'Yellow' shew the extent laid off in the year 1770 
and leased by the Government to certain merchants at Quebec, on the condition 
of constructing a wharf and otherwise improving the property. Of this property 
the portions edged ' Ked ' are vested in the Ordnance, as it is assumed that the 
continuation of the Cul de Sac Street can not be closed up. The space tinted 
'Green' is proposed to be leased to the Corporation of Quebec on condition of 
summary resumption and that no building be erected thereon. Head Qr. Royal 
Engineer Ofiice, Montreal. J. W. \Miingates, Lt. Col. C. R. Engineer, 6 Nov., 
1857. Copied from Survey Plan No. 246, prepared by Chas. Walkem, S. & D. in 
1846 & 8. Nelson Walker, Surveyor and Draftsman, PJ. Engr. Dept. 

Scale, SO feet to an inch. 18 x 11. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

10591. Quebec. — Record Plan, Sections and Elevations of Defensible Guard House 
and Loop-holed Wall. Recently constructed at the Salient of King's Bastion- 
Citadel for the purpose of closing the Eastern Extremity of the Main Ditch. 
Authorized, Item 10; Ordnance A, Estimate 1850-51, M. S. and B. Order, 4th 
March, 1850. E/ll. C. O. Streatfield. Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engineer, C.E., 13th 
November, 1851. Geo. Rankin, Lieut., Royal Engineers, August 4th, 1851. Refer- 
ences. Inset. — Sketch of a Portion of the Citadel shewing the relative position 
of The Defensible Guard House and Loop-holed Wall. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 37| x 24i 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1059*. Sketch shewing part of Champlain Street. 1851. References. 
Scale of 100 feet to i inch. 91 x 12}. 
Original coloured ^IS. from C scries. 

1059f. Quebec. — Loop-holed Wall and Gallery at the Junction of tb - Citadel and 
Town Works 'as executed.' Items 19 and 20 of O. E., 1852-3. ^A. A. Dixon, 
Colonel Commg. Royal Engineer, Canada. 10th May, 1853. With references of 
record. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 373 x 25|:. 

Plan of portion of the Citadel shewing the relative position of (a) Loop-holed 
wall, and (b) loop-holed Gallery. Signed R. T. Beatson, Capt. R. E. 10th May, 
1853. Copy. R. Pilkington, Draftsman. 
Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1060. Quebec C. E. Military Prison. Plans, Elevations and Sections of Cells and 
Warder's Quarters. As executed. With relative sketch. H. P. Wulff, Lt. Col. 
C. Rl. Engr., Canada East, 19th April. 1854. Drawn from actual measurement 



134 

A. R. Vyvyan Crease, Lt. Royal Engineers, 19tli April, 1854. 

Scale, 10 feet to 1 inch. 27 x 40. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications, and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1060i. Boundary of that part of Spencer Wood, Purchased by the Government of 
Canada from H. Atkinson, Esq. Note. Drawn from Survey by G. G. Dunlevie, 
P.L.S. This is the plan referred to in the deed of sale, to which the same is annexed, 
signed by parties thereon named this twenty-fourth day of June, one thousand eight 
hundred and fifty-four. J. Chabot, C.C.P.W. ; Hamilton Killaly, Asst. Commr. ; 
Henry Atkinson, Thos. A. Begley, Secy. Pub. Works ; Arch. Campbell, Notary 
Pub. A true copy of the original. Arch. Campbell. Certified by G. J. Baillairge, 
C. E., Quebec, 16th March, 1870. 

Scale, 7 French arpents to one inch English. 26-J- x 36i. W. 

1061. Property of Henry Atkinson, Esq., Spencer Wood. Cove Plan, Henry Atkin- 
son, N. Larue, Architects; Quebec, 27th March, 1856. Vraie copie, Jos. Ross. 
Plan referred to in the Deed of Sale to which the present is annexed, signed by the 
parties this 4th day of June one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four. J. Chabot, 
P.W.; Henry Atkinson, Hamilton Killaly, asst. Comr. Pub. Works; Thomas A. 
Begley, Secy. Pub. Works; C. F. Campeau, N.P. Certificate from Prothonotary's 
Office. 14* X 29. W. 

1062. Quebec, C. E. Plans, Sections and Elevation of Ordnance Office and Stores 

(As Executed). With block plan and relative sketch. George Rankin, Lt. Royal 
Engr., June 10th, 1854. H. R. Wulff, Lt. Col. C. Rl. Engr., Canada East., 10th 
June, 1854. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 39 x 26:}. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1063. Plan of the Boundary between Spencer Wood and Gilmour's Cove as surveyea 
by G. G. Dunlevie, P.L.S., 20th October. 1855. True copy of original record in 
my office, signed G. G. Dunlevie, P.L.S. , Toronto, Aug., 4th, 1857. Signed, Allan 
Gilmour & Co., J. Lemieux, II. H. Killaly, Commissioner of Public Works; 
Thomas A. Begley. Signed in the presence of H. N. Heath; Felix Hamel. To 
accompany my Proces Verbal, dated 20th October, 1855, Gerald G. Dunlevie, 
P. L. Surveyor; Horace G. Dunlevie, Chainbearer. Vraie copie, Jos. Ross. 

Scale, 300 English feet to 3^- inches. 26} x 20i. Tf. 

1064. Vraie Copie du Plan annexe a L'acte de Vente en date du 11 Novembre, 1854, 
par William V. Sewell & autres a Sa Majeste, passe a Quebec devant Chas. M. 
DeFoy, N.P.; Quebec, 2 Avril, 1870. G. F. Baillairge. 11 x 17§. W. 

1065. Quebec. Sketch shewing in yellow the Encroachment by Mr. Thos. O'Connell. 

To accompany Perambulation Report, dated 18th December, 1854. P. Hanlon, 
Clerk of Works, 18/12/54. E. C. W. G. L., Lt. R. E. 18/12/54. 

Scale, 80 feet to one inch. 14J x 9^. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1066. Plan de la Cite de Quebec fonde par Samuel de Champlain de Brouage en 1608, 
Notes, &c. Population de la Cite de Quebec en 1854. P. L. Morin de Quebec, 
1854. 

Echelle de 3,000 pied Francois=10} inches. 

do Anglais= 92 inches. 35 x 43|. 

Uncoloured litho. *S^. 

1067. Plan de la Cite de Quebec fonde par Samuel de Champlain de Brouage en 1608. 
Latitude and Longitude. References. Population de la Cite en 1854. Registered, 
1854. Imp. Villain, r. de sevres 19, Paris. 



135 

Echelle de pieds FranQais, S.OOO^lOg inches. 

Anglais 3,000= 9| inches. 35 x 45. W. 

1068. Quebec, C. E. Sketch shewing in yellow the vacant lot applied for by Mr. 
Damlin. W. T. Eenwick, Lt. Col. C.E.E., C.E., 30 Jan., 1855. W. Chessell, F. W. 
30/1/55. To accompany perambulation report. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 16i x 11. 
Original MS. from C series. 

1068^. Quebec, C. E. Sketch to accompany ]\ronthly Perambulation Keport shewing 
Encroachment on the Ordnance Property. W. Chessell, Foreman of Works. 
20/2/55. H. G. D.R.K. 21/2, 55. 

Scale, 60 feet to one inch. 11 x IT. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1069. Garden belonging to the Provincial Govt. Notes re condition of the walls 
and levels. F. C. Ilassard, Lt. Col. D.C.R. Engr. H. S. Sitwell, Lt. R.E. Comdg. 
Survey Detachment, 22/4/1855. 

Scale of feet, 10=1 inch. 66g x 39. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Inspector General. 0. 

1070. Quebec, C. E. Sketch of the exercising Ground, St. Lewis Road, known as the 
Race Course, leased to H. M. Ordnance by the ladies of the Ursuline Convent, 
Containing Yla, 3r, 11, 86p. Rent £20. 11/ Stg. from Feby., 1803 to Feby., 1901. 
To accompany Lt. Cgl. Remond's letter to Lt. Col. Coekell and Board of Officers, 
dated 10th Dec, 1835. W. H, Remon, Lt. Col. R.E., 3 Dec, 1855. 171 x 11. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1071. Quebec, Canada East. Sketch, shewing in yellow the site of a Hydrant 
placed by the Water Works Committee on the Ordnance property at Glacis street, 
constituting an encroachment. To accompany Perambulation Report, 14th Jan., 
1856. H.S., L.R.E. 

Scale of 40 feet to one inch. 
Partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1072. Quebec. Sketch of the Military Exercising Ground shewing in yellow the 
Encroachment made by the Lessee, Arthur Carroll, as reported in accompanying 
letter, dated to D. C. R. E. 17^ x 11. 

Original, partly coloured IMS. from C series. 

1073. Quebec. Sketch of the Government Fuel Yard, shewing in yellow the position 
of the wall broken through by Mr. Valliere, consisting of an encroachment on 
Ordce. property. W. T. Renwick, Lt. C. R. E., 22/5/57. C. A. de Montmorency, 
Lt. R. E., 22nd May, 1857. 

Scale of 50 feet to an inch. 17 x 11. 
Original partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1074. Quebec. Sketch of No. 3 Tower field, shewing in yellow, the position of the 
encroachment alluded to, in Perambulation report, dated May 22, 1857. Wm. 
Eenwick, Lt. C. R. E., 25/5/57. C. A. de Montmorency, Lt. R. E. 22nd May, 1857. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 17A x 11. 
Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1075. Quebec. Record plan of the Ordnance Store (as executed) recently constructed 
behind the curtain connecting Dalhousie with Diamond Bastion, Citadel. With 
relative plan, and references. W. E. Ord, Colonel Comg. El. Engr., 4 June, 1857. 
C. A. de Montmorency, Lt. Eoyal Engr.; W. T. Eenwick, Lt. Col. E. E., 24th 
April, 1857. 

Scale of 50 feet to an inch; scale of plan, 10 feet to an inch. 40 x 20|. 
Original, coloured MS. (unstamped). 0. 



136 

1076. Quebec. Record Plan of the Carronade Battery (as executed) recently 
constructed at the right extremity of the Town Works and beneath the King's 
Bastion Citadel. With a relative plan shewing the position of the Carronade 
Battery and Guard House. W. K. Ord, Colonel, Comg. Kyi. Engr., 5th June. 
1857. W. T. Renwick, Lt. Colonel, R. E. 24th April, 1857. C. A. de Montmorency, 
Lt. Eoyal Engr. 

Scale of plan 10 ft. to an inch, do. of relative plan 50 ft. to an inch. 39| x ~26|. 
Original coloured MS. 0. 

1077. Quebec. Sketch, shewing in yellow, the position of the encroachment com- 
mitted by the Corporation. W. S. Hadden, Lt. Col. R. E. 17/6/57. C. A. de 
Montmorency, Lt. R. E. June 16, 1857. 11:1- x 8f . 

Partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1078. Plan of land at Quebec, shewing the Site of Ball-practice Butts. W. S. 
Hadden, Lt. Col. D.C.E., C.E., 22/9/57. C. A. de Montmorency, Lt. R. E., 22/9/57. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 171 x 11. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1079. Plan of the Harbour of Quebec at Lov/ Water Shewing the Coves, Beaches, 
Wharves, Piers and Soundings in Eeet, with the city. South Quebec, and adjacent 
Villages. Compiled from actual and original surveys by A. Wallace, P. L. S... 
C. E., 1861. W. A. Little, Lith., Montreal. Insert.— View of the Basin from the 
Island of Orleans, and views of the Basin from the Grand Battery. References 
and list of authorities. 

Scales, 1,000 English feet^l inch. I nautical mile^=6 inches. 76 x 34. 
In two colours. 

1080. Geological Map of the Southwestern Part of the Province of Quebec, Dom- 
inion of Canada, By the Officers of the Geological Survey of Canada. Sir W. E. 
Logan, E.R.S., Director. 50 x 37. 

ITniinished print. 

1081. Plan of the Harbour of Quebec at Low Water, Shewing the Coves, Beaches, 
Wharves, Piers and Soundings in Feet, with the City, South Quebec and adjacent 
Villages. Compiled from Actual and Original surveys by A. Wallace, P.L.S., C.E., 
1861. W. A. Little, Lith., Montreal. References to the City. Inset.— View of 
The Basin from the Grand Battery. To accompany Plans of the Garden and 
Grand Batteries sent to the Director of Works. F. C. Hassard, Lt. Col. D.C.R.E., 
24th April, 1865, Quebec. 

Scale, 1,000 feet to an inch. 39^ x 30. 

Print from plate, adapted to shew the Garden and Grand Batteries with their 
lines of projection. Bears the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1082. Quebec. Sketch shewing the Artillery Barracks, Officers' Quarters, Barrack 
Field, &c. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, March 13th, 1863. Andrew 
Russell, Asst. Commissioner. 155 x 13. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1083. Plans and Section of a Fort designed for adoption in the Defences of Canada. 

(1) Armament 26 guns on Parapets; 8 in Keep; Total 34 Guns. Barrack Accom- 
modation, 100 men. Peace Establishment. January, 1864. Section, and plans of 
Parapets, and below Parade level. 

Scale of section, %oo; of plans, Vvmoi. 27 x 20. 

One of a set of three plans. 

Original colourerl, bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions. 0. 



137 

1084. Plans and Section of a Fort designed for adoption in the Defences of Canada. 
(2) Armament, 26 Guns on Parapets, 8 in Keep, total 34 guns. Barrack accom- 
modation, 100 men. Peace Establishment, January, 1864. Endorsed, Canada. 
Two projects for a fort, Lt. Col. Jervois, 29 Dec, 1863, Jany., 1861. 

Scale of section, %oo; of plans, M^ooo. 27 x 20. 

Original coloured, bearing the Broad Arrow and I. G. F. of the Inspector 
General of Fortifications. 0. 

1085. Part of Quebec, from the Citadel to the Magazine on Rampart Street, shewing 
the .walls, and prominent places. Copy. Department of Crown Lands, Ottawa, 
Nov., 1866. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 18 x 18i. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1086. Plan of the Harbour of Quebec at Low Water, Shewing the Coves, Beaches, 
Wharves, Piers and Soundings in Feet, with the City, South Quebec and Adjacent 
Villages. Compiled from Actual and Original surveys by A. Wallace, P.L.S., C.E., 
1861. W. A. Little, Lith., Montreal. With descriptive notes. Contour sketch 
from tracing. Plan very incorrect. H. Sitwell, Lt. R. E., 12th March, 1867. To 
accompany my report to C. R. E., 27/4/67. T. L. Galway, Lt. Col. R. E. 27/4/67. 

Scale, 1,000 English feet 1 inch. 27 x 33^. 
ITncoloured litho print, coloured and adapted for the special purposes. 

1087. Sketch of Country Surrounding Quebec. To accompany my letter to C. R. E. 
in Canada of 2.5/4/67. T. L. Galloway, Lt. Col. R. E., 2.5/4/67. 

Ia/393 stamp. R. E. Office, :Montreal, April, 26, 1867. 
Scale, 1,000 yards to an inch. 29^ x 17^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1088. Fortification Surveys — Plan of the Environs of Quebec. Surveyed between 
1864and 1867, under the direction of Lieut. H. S. Sitwell, R.E. and under the 
superintendence of Lieut. Col. Wm. J. Drummond Jervois, R. E., C.B., Deputy 
Director of Works. (Fortifications). Photozincographed, 1867. 

Scale, 6 inches to 1 mile. .59 x 62. 

Coloured photozincograph, bearing the Lispector General of Fortifications 
stamp. 0. 

1089. Fortification Surveys. Plan of the Environs of Quebec. Surveyed between 
1864-7, under the direction of Lieut. II. S. Sitwell. R.E., and under the direction 
of Lieut. Col. Wm. J. Drummond Jervois, R.E., C.B. Zincographed on the scale 
of ^/i^oo at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton, under the direction of Capt. 
Parsons, R.S., F.R.A.S. Col. Sir Henry James R. E., F.R.S., &c.. Director, 1867. 

Scale, 6 inches to a mile 44 x .57 

Photozincograph plate, bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications 0. 

1090. Plan of the Harbour of Quebec at Low Water, Shewing the Coves, Beaches, 
Wharves, Piers and Soundings in Feet with the City, South Quebec and Adjacent 
Villages. Compiled from actual and original surveys by A. Wallace, P.L.S., C.E., 
1861. W. A. Little, Litho., Montreal. Entered according to Act of the Provincial 
Parliament in the Office of the Provincial Registrar in the year 1861. Part of a 
larger lithographed map, hand tinted to show lands belonging to the War Depart- 
ment, Leased land, and Land available for buildings consequent on the demolition 
of the Old Lines; This being explained in an MS. reference. Endorsed, Defence 
of the Xorth side of Quebec. To accompany Report 433, (1867). It thus becomes 
an original plan accompanying the Report of 1867. 

Scale, 1,000 English feet to an inch, or 1 nautical mile to one inch. 27 x 34. 
Original coloured litho., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications. 0. 



138 

1091. Quebec and Environs. To accompany Colonel Galway's Report of 26 Sept., 
1867, and forwarded to Director of Works by Commandg. Royal Engineer in 
Canada dated Montreal, October, 1867. Chas. E. Ford, Co. C.R.E. 4 Oct., 
18 . Manuscript notes. 

Scale, V2500 or 25-344 inches to a mile. Vertical scale, %2oo. 77^ x 51^. 
Coloured litho, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1092. Fortification Surveys. Plan of the Environs of Quebec. Notes, &c. 

Scale, 6 inches to a mile. 44 x 57. 

Coloured copy of preceding map, adapted to show lands leased- from les 
Ursulines, from the Hotel Dieu ; boundaries, where clearance rights have been 
acquired, and land leased as an artillery range. Signed, Charles E. Ford, Colonel, 
C. R. Engr.,- 7th Feby., 1868. Bears the Inspector General of Fortifications 
stamp. 0. 

1093. Carte de la Province de Quebec, Canada, Dressee au Departement des Terres 
de la Couronne. Par Eugene Tache, Assistant Commissioner, Quebec, 1870. 
Departement des Terres de la Couronne, Quebec, 8 Mars, 1870. J. 0. Beaubien, 
Commissioner. Tableau, Legende, etc. Inset. 

Echelle de Milles Anglais, 14=1 pouce. 54 x 39. 
Coloured print. 

1094. Quebec — Married Soldiers' Quarters — Four Plans shewing Buildings, &c. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications. 0. 

a Sheet 1. — Plans, Elevation and Sections. Signed by R. E. Bourchier, 
Colonel, R. E., %o April. R. G. Hamilton, C. R. E. in Canada, 10 May, 1870. 
Drawn by J. Linsdell, C.W., 7th April, 1870. 

Notes on accommodation. 

Scale of Plans and Elevations, 10 feet to an inch. 

Scale of Section, 5 feet to an inch. 38 x 27|. 

T) 2. — Out Buildings, i.e. Wash Flouse, Laundry, Ablution Rooms, Latrines, 
Pump House, &c. Plans, Elevations and Sections. E. J. Bourchier, Colonel, 
R. E., %o April. R. G. Hamilton, Colonel, C. R. E. in Canada, 10th May, 1870. 
Drawn by J. Linsdell, C.W., 7th April, 1870. Pencilled notes. 

Scale of Plans and Elevations, 10 feet to an inch. 

Scale of sections, 5 feet to an inch. 38:i- x.28. 

c 3. — At the Palace Gate Barracks, Block and Site Plans. R. G. Hamilton, 
Colonel, C. R. E. in Canada, 10th May, 1870. Drawn by J.Linsdell, C. W., 7th 
April, 1870. Signed by E. T. Bourchier, Colonel, R.E., 9/70 April. 

Scale to Block Plan, 20 feet to an inch. 

Scale to General Plan, 100 feet to an inch. 

Scale to Sections Plan, 10 feet to an inch. 38 x 27^. 

d 4. — Site Plan to accompany Record Plans of Married Soldiers' Quarters, 
Quebec, as called for by D. W. 18th June, 1870. Quebec, 17/30. E. P. Bourchier, 
Colonel, R. E., 23/70 July. R. G. Hamilton, Colonel, Comg. Rl. Engineer in 
Canada. 29th July, 1870. St. Roch Parish, Canada East, IV 2. Co. Quebec, 
Sheet IV 6. 

Scale, %500 or 25-344 inches to a mile. 40 x 27i-. 

1095. Quebec, Canada East. (Sheets III and IV.) Shewing War Department Pro- 
perty, Leasehold Property, Clearance rights, and Value of Land. R. G. Hamil- 
ton, Col. Commandg. Royal Engineer, Quebec, 25th March, 1872. With a ' state- 
ment of War Department Land, Buildings and Naval Reserves, transferred to the 
Dominion Government in 1871-2 ' attached. 

Scale, 6 inches to a mile. 40 x 24. 

Photozinoograph, coloured, being part of the Sitwell plan adapted, bearing 
the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 



139 

1096. Quebec defences — Point Levis. Twelve Plans, original coloured MS. bearing 
tbe stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

a Fort No. 1. — a. Plan II. Canada. No. 43.30. Plan through caponiers. 
Escarps and couuterscarjDS. Notes. J. A. Snelling. Sergt. Major, K. E. M. F. 
Works, 1st class, 4-9-72. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 52i x 30. 

I Fort No. 1.— b. Plan III. Canada. No. 4331. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Maior 
K. E. M. F. Works, 1st class, 7-9-72. Notes, References. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 52-J x 30. 

c Fort No. 1.— c. Plan IV. Canada. No. 4332. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Major 
R. E. M. F. Works. 1st Class, 11-9-72. Notes. References. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 52| x 30. 

d Fort No. 1.— d. Plan V. Canada. No. 4333. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Major 
R. E. M. F. Works. 1st Class, 23-9-72. Sections. References and Notes. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 52^ x 30. 

e Fort No. 1.— c. Plan VI. Canada. No. 4334. J. K. Snelling, Sergt. Major. 
R. E., M. F. Works. 1st Class, 16-9-72. Elevations. Notes and References. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 52| x 30. 

f Forts Nos. 2 and 3.— f. Plan No. III. Canada. No. 4335. Plan through 
parapets and casemates on a plane above parade level, showing drains. Notes and 
References. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Major, R. E. M. F. Works, 1st Class, 7-8-72. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 52-J x 30. - 

g Fort No. 2.— c. Plan IV. Canada. No. 4336. Terre Pleine plan No. 2. 
Fort. References. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Major, R. E. M. F. Works, 1st Class. 
15-8-72. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 52-J x 30. 

li Forts Nos. 2 and 3.— d. Plan No. II. Canada. No. 4337. Plan through 
caponiers. Scarps and Counterscarps. Notes. References. J. A. Snelling, 
Sergt. Major, R. E. M. F .Works, 1st Class, 2-8-72. 

Scale, 40 feet to pne inch. 52A x 30. 

i Forts Nos. 2 and 3.— c Plan IV. Canada. No. 4338. Terre Plein, &c. J. 
A. Snelling, Sergt. Major, R.E.M. Works, 1st Class, 12-8-72. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 52* x 30. 

;■ Forts 2 and 3.— d. Plan V. Canada. No. 4339. Notes. References. Sec- 
tions. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Major, R. E. M. F. Works, 1st Class. 22-8-72. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 52i x 30. 

h Forts 2 and 3.— c Plan VI. Canada. No. 4340. Elevations. Notes. 
References. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Major, R. E. M. F. Works, 1st Class, 26-8-72. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 52^ x 30. 

I Forts 2 and 3.— f Plan VII. Canada. No. 4341. Details. Notes. Refer- 
ences. J. A. Snelling, Sergt. Major, R. E. M. F. Works, 1st Class, 30-8-72. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 52^ x 30. 

1097. Map of a South West Portion of the Province of Quebec. Compiled from 
Kingsford's Location Surveys, Grand Trunk R. Way and projected South Shore 
Ottawa R. Way and the De Beaujeu and other Seigneurial Maps. Certified 
Copy, Ottawa, 17 February, 1873. William Kingsford, Engineer. %3360. 46 x 42. 
W. 

1098. Cadastral Plan of the City of Quebec and St. Sauveur Village, Compiled 
from the original plans deposited at the Crown Lands Department, by Paul 
Cousin, Architect and Draughtsman, Office, Union Building, Place D'Armes, 
Quebec, 1875. Remarks. References. 

Scale, 300 feet to one inch. 50 x 40. 



140 

1099. Carte de la Province de Quebec, Canada, Dressee au Departement des Terras 
de la Couronne, par Eugene Tache, Assistant Commissaire, Quebec, 1880. — Inset, 
Legendre, &c. 

Scale, 14 miles^l inch. 54 x 39. 

1100. Carte de la Province de Quebec, Canada, Dressee au Department des Terres 
de la Couronne, par Eugene Tache, Assistant Commissaire, Quebec, 1880. 
Legendre, Principals Autorites Consultes. Departement des Terres de la Cour- 
rone, Quebec, July, 1880. E. J. Elynn, Commissaire. Shews the ancient seig- 
neuries and other territorial divisions. 

Echelle de milles Geographiques, 12=un pouce Anglais. 50J- x 3Y. 
Uncoloured litho. 8. 

1101. Cherrier's New Map of the Ancient Capital with Railway, Harbour, DufEerin 
and other improvements, compiled from official sources and expressly engraved 
for the Twenty-fourth edition of Cherrier's Quebec City Directory for 1882. 
Cherrier & Co., publishers. 

Scale, 920 feet to the inch. 18^ x 15. 
Coloured print. 

1102. Carte Eegionale de la Province de Quebec, Comprenant les Comtes de 
Eimouski, Bonaventure, et Gaspe. Dressee au Departement des Terres de la 
Couronne. Par Jules Tache. A.P., 1884. 

Echelle de milles Anglais, 10=2 1 inches. 64 x 36. 
Coloured print. S. 

1103. Carte Regionale de la Province de Quebec, Comprenant les Comtes de 
Temiscouata, Kam.ouraska, L'Islet, Montmagny, Bellechasse, Levis, et partie 
de ceux de Beauce, Lotbiniere et Megantic. Dressee par Jules Tache, A. P., 

1885. 

Echelle de milles Anglais 4 au pouce. Echelle de Kilometres, 6 au pouce. 
46 x 32. 

Coloured litho. S. 

1104. Carte Regionale de la Province de Quebec, Comprenant les Comtes de 
Portneuf, Quebec, Montmorency, Charlevoix, et partie de ceux de Saguenay, 
Chicoutimi, Champlain. et St. Maurice. Dressee par Jules Tache, A. P. 1887. 

Echelle de milles Anglais. 4 au pouce; de Kilometres, 6 au pouce. 43 x 59|. 
Coloured litho. 8. 

1105. Carte Regionale de la Province de Quebec, Comprenant les Comtes de 
Portneuf, Lac St. Jean, Quebec, Montmorency, Charlevoix, et partie de ceux de 
Saguenay, Chicoutimi, Champlain, et St. Maurice. Dressee^ par Jules Tache, 
A. P. 1893. E. J. Elynn. 

Echelle de milles Anglais, 10=2i inches. 43 x 69. 

Coloured litho., issued by Crown Lands Department, Quebec. 8. 

1106. Quebec, with outline indications of adjacent Provinces and States, Extract 
copy from map, constructed on documents of record in the Department of 
Crown Lands. By Eugene Tache. A.C.C.L. Quebec, 1893. Department of Crown 
Lands, Quebec, July, 1893. E. J. Flynn, Commissioner. 

Scale, statute miles. I7i=l inch. 60 x 39. 
Coloured litho. 8. 

1107. Map or Plan of the City and Part of the County of Quebec, With a Directory 
of the City of Quebec, a Directory of the County of Quebec, and an inset of 
the City of Quebec. Entered according to Act of the Parliament of Canada, in 
the year 1903, by A. E. B. Courchesne at the Department of Agriculture. 



141 

Scale, ^ mile=l inch. 46| x 28. 
Print, uncoloured, unsigned. 

1108. Map of the City of Quebec. Drawn by A. E. B. Courchesne, in 1908 (In con- 
nection with the Quebec Tercentenary Celebration). 

Scale of feet, 300=67^ x 42-]. 
A blue print. 

1109. Map of Quebec. Engraved for the Cradle of Xew France. Copyright, 1908, 
by A. G. Doughty. 

Scale, 1 mile to 4 inches. 20 x 15. 
Litho. print, partly coloured. 

1110. Plan of Environs of Quebec. Shewing the City of Quebec and plans, has the 
proposed driveway traced on it, and was made in connection with the Quebec Ter- 
centenary of 1908. 32^ X 30. 

Blue print — no date, no signature. 

1111. Quebec. Shewing in outline, sites of the Battle of the Plains and the Battle 
of Ste. Foye, the proposed road, land to be purchased and buildings to be 
removed. Signed, L. Sitwell, Capt. Corps of Guides, 22/1 08. Prepared in con- 
nection with the Quebec Tercentenary, 1908. 

Scale, 500 feet to 1^ inches. 35 x 19|. 
Uncoloured blue print of outline map. 

1112. Quebec, shewing in outline the City and Defences, sites of the Battles of the 
Plains and of Ste. Foy, also proposed road, land to be purchased and buildings 
to be destroyed. Prepared in connection with the Quebec Tercentenary of 1908. 

Original MvS., partly coloured, initialed J. W., undated. 0. 

1113. Plan of part of the City of Quebec, shewing Ordnance properties occupied by 
the Commissariat, and property on Mount Carmel Street. 20 x 14^. 

1114. Plan of Ground near the Glacis, St. John Suburbs. Shewing properties of Mr. 
Pierre Charloup, and Mr. Chs. Trudel. 

Echelle de pieds Anglais, 10=1 pouce. 20 x 15^. 
Original partly coloured MS., unsigned and undated. *S^. 

1115. Skeleton Plan of the St. Lawrence at Quebec, shewing the basin of the St. 
Lawrence commenced by Mortimer & Co., in connection with work of Col. Woods, 
of Quebec, Secy, of the Champlain Club, but stopped on account of an alteration 
in plans, 1908. 

Scale, 1,600 feet to one inch. 40 x 18^. 
MS. tracing. 

1116. Quebec Tercentenary, 1908. With references. J. F. Wiseman, 1905. 24 J x 11. 

Photo. 

1117. Map of Quebec. Engraved for Official Souvenir and Programme, 1908. Copy- 
right, 1908, By A. G. Doughty. 

Scale, 1 mile to 4 inches. I7i x 101. 
Litho. 

1118. Plan, showing in red dotted lines, the proposed Avenue across the Cove 
Fields to the Plains of Abraham. Prepared by Hugh Donnell, C. E., Assistant 

City Engineer. City Hall, Quebec, 16th April, 1907. 
Scale, %500 or 25-34 inches to a mile. 61 J x 27. 
MS. copy. 



142 

1119. Map of Quebec. Engraved for the Official Programme of the Tercentenary 
Celebration of 1908. Copyright by A. G. Doughty, 1908. 

Scale. 1 mile to 4 inches. ITJ x 10-J. 
Litho. 

1120. Copie du plan de la Censive de la paroisse de Notre Dame de Quebek. 

Scale, 10 toises to 1| inches. 23 x lU. 

MS. copy of a plan in Paris, uncoloured, undated, unsigned, unstamped. 

1121. Copie du plan de la terre de I'eglise parroisalle de Notre Dame de Quebeck. 

Scale, 5 perches to | of an inch. 8x6. 

Copy of plan at Paris, uncoloured, undated, unsigned. 

1122. Plan de la Ville de Quebec, Capitale de la Nouvelle France, avec des refer- 
ences. 

Echelle de 45 toises au un pouce. 25| x 20|. 

Photo copy, uncloured, of original in the British Museum. 

1123. Plan of the City and Fortifications, Quebec. Eeferences. With notes. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 35 x 30. 

Original, coloured, MS. plan (incomplete), signatures and date missing, bears 
the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1124. Plan of the Landing Place and surrounding Beach, Quebec. With references 
giving names of present proprietors, names of those to vphom the concessions were 
made, and an explanatory note. J. Bouchette, S. Genl. 

Scale, 40 French feet to an inch. 16 x 12|. 
Original coloured MS., undated. *S^. 

1125. Plan of the Principal Story for the Government House at Quebeck. (No. 1). 
Jeffry W(yatt). 20i x 26. 

Original uncoloured MS. 8. 

1126. Ground Floor Plan of Government House, Quebec. 9J x 15|, 

IJncoloured MS., unsigned, undated. S. 

1127. Quebec. — Part of Works and Intrenched Camp, Plains of Abraham. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 34^ x 27. 

Original, unsigned MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance and 
formerly in the Ordnance Office, unsigned, undated. 0. 

1128. 'Endorsed.' — Quebec. — Part of the Works, and Intrenched Camp, Plains of 
Abraham. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 33i x 25^ 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the B. O. and broad arrow stamp of the 
Ordnance Office. 0. 

1129. Plan of the Harbour of Quebec at Low Water. Description. P. Maileau. 

Scale, 1 British Statute mile=5 inches. 61 x 3i. 
Coloured MS. W. 

1130. Quebec Harbour Improvements, River St. Charles. Geo. C. Desbarats & Co., 
Photo. Litho. 

Scale of feet, 400=1 inch. 16^ x 9. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1131. Map of Newspaper Towns in Quebec. Engraved for A. McKim & Co., News- 
paper Advertising Agency, Montreal. 20 x 14]. 

Coloured engraving, undated and unsigned,one of a series for the pr<vinces. 



143 

1132. Plan of the Seigniories of Rigaud and New Longueuil, with the adjoining 
Seigniories thereto, and the Township of Newton, but is more particularly in- 
tended to show the western lines of the above mentioned Seigniories and Town- 
ships which lines have been traced and run in the field in the months of Feby. and 
March in the year 1806, at the request of the Honourable Jos. E. De Longueuil, 
and A. C. De Lotbiniere, Esq., Members of H. M. Legislative Council of this 
Province. By Joseph Bouchette, S. Genl., Quebec, 19th July, 1806. A true copy 
from the original in the possession of Sav. De Beaujeu, Esq. Charles Manuel, 
Land Surveyor, Montreal, 29th December, 1819. Deposited of record in the 
Archives of the Office of the Provincial Secretary this 20th day of April, 1849. 
J. Leslie, Crown Lands Department, Montreal, 18th April, 1849. True copy of 
the original plan in the Hands of the Honble. Saveuse De Beaujeu, Exhibited to 
this Office this day, G. Bouthilier, A.C.C.L. Jos. Bouchette, Dy. Surv. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 
Coloured MS. >S'. 

1133. Plan of the Seigneurie Rigaud Vaudrenil, By P. A. Proulx, Provincial Sur- 
vevor; St, Frangois, Feb. 25, 1865, Snyder, Black and Storm, 92 William Street, 
N.Y. 

Scale, 14 rods to an inch. 17f x 25|. 
ITncoloured litho. 

1134. Plan of the Seigniory of Rigaud. Comprehending old and New Settlements, 
the latter surveyed (sic) in the year 1831, by Jos. Fortune, Dy. PI. Surveyor. 
Copied for the Board of Works by T. A. Begin, 1840. 

Scale, 24 arpents to an inch. 

Copy, bearing stamp of Board of Works. W. 

1135. Port Restigouche dans la Baye de Chaleur. Leve en 1760 par le Norwich 
a Paris, chez le Rouge, Rue des St. Augustins. 

Echelle de 3 miles=3| inches. 20 x 12. 
ITncoloured print from Atlas G. 

1136. Plan shewing position of Crib at River Blanche, Prov. Quebec Surveyed in 
August, 1876. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge, Ottawa, April, 23rd, 1877. 

Scale, 100 feet=l inch. 35 J x 23^. 

Surveyed by Alan Macdougall, Assistant Engineer. Drawn by Stewart 
Derbishire. 

Original, bearing the Public Works stamp. W. 

1137. Plan of Part of the River aux Sables. A. H. Wilson, Lieut. Royal Engrs., 
25th Sept., 1819. N.B. — The soundings are in feet. Commanding Royal En- 
gineer's Office, Quebec, Nov. 11, 1819. 

Scale, 2,000 feet to one inch. 31^ x 20. 

Coloured MS., copy of a plan in the R. E. Drawing Room. S. 

1138. Riviere Cataraqui. See Riv. St. Lawrence. 

1139. Sketch of part of the River Chateaugay, shewing positions of both armies in 
the affair of the 26th October, 1813. George Williams, R.M.S.D., August 4th, 
1814. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' letter to Lt. General Mann, dated, 16th 
August, 1814. 

Scale, 260 yards=l inch. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1140. Plan shewing the Gold Region of Canada watered by the River Chaudiere 
and its Tributaries from recent surveys by Lindsay & McQuire, P.L.S. and C.E., 
Quebec, March, 1865. 



144 

Scale, 200 chains=l inch. 33 x 25J. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1141. Plan and Section of Part of the River Coulonge from Dead Water above 
High Falls to Dead Water below Eapids. Showing the Position for a Slide. 
Ottawa, November 7th, 1862. W. A. Austin, C.E., Provincial Land Surveyor. 

Scales, Horizontal, 66 feet to an inch. Vertical, 10 feet to an inch. 
Original. IF. 

1142. Plan of Property required for Coulonge Slide in the Township of Mansfield. 
Hy. Symmes, P. L. Surveyor, Aylmer, March 29th, 1864. 

Scale, Plorizontal, 1 chain=l inch. Vertical, 10 feet=l inch. 62^ x 35-^. 
Original plan. W. 

1143. River Coulonge, Cross Sections to accompany Plan and Section. 

Scale, 68 feet to an inch. 26| x 17-^-. 
Original. W. 

1144. Map of the Proposed Road Leading from River des Prairies to Grenville. 

References. 

Scale of miles, |=1 inch. 631 x 23i 
Original coloured MS. W. 

1145. Plan Figuratif du Pont Batie par le Gouvernement sur la Grande Riviere du 
Chene du Passage a que sur icelle et des Chemins et Cotes environnants le dit 
Pont. Par Louis Le Gendre, Arpenteur et Depute Grand Voyer. Lotbiniere, 25th 
Septembre, 1848. ' Remarques.' 30 x 19. 

Original. W. 

1146. Plan and Profile of Landing-Pier at Riviere du Loup. Examined and surveyed 
in Oct., 1846. Office of Public Works, F. P. Ptubidge, Engr. 

Scale of plan, 70 feet to an inch ; and of Profile, 35 feet to the inch. 42| x 23. 
Original. W. 

1147. Plan of the Proposed Landing at Riviere du Loup. 32| x 14 J. 

Original. IF. 

1148. Plan shewing the approach from the Main Road to the proposed Pier at the 
South-western extremity of the Point at River du Loup, from Actual Survey, 
G. F. Baillairge, Prov. Land Surveyor, C.E., 10th March, 1852. With notes 
of titles, and Note of grant by Alexis Beaulieu, signed by A. Beaulieu and 
G. F. Baillairge, D.P.S. Witness, E. Dionne and Chas. B. Belletin. Duplicate. 

Scale of 300 feet to one inch, English. 29A x 203. 

1149. Plan shewing the Quantity of Land occupied upon the Property of A. L. 
Naser, By the New Road Leading from the Village of Riviere du Loup to Lake 
Temiscouata. From measurements taken 5th and 7th December, 1857. References 
and Notes. Rimouski, 12th December, 1857. G. F. Baillarge. 

Drawn to a scale of 100 feet per inch, Eng. Measure. 39 x 20|. 
Original coloured MS. IF. 

1150. Plan Figuratif d'un Pont a faire sur la petite Riviere Dumuy, Paroisse Ste. 
Famille, Seigneurie de Boucherville, qui contient 339 pieds d'une hauteur a 
L'autre depuis la lettre A jusques a la lettre B, deux arcades de 20 pieds et une 
de trente pieds sur 14 pieds de Niveau, le reste en pierre 22 pieds de largeur en 
bas et 17 au haut avec des Garde Foux tel que le plan le demontre. Note, giving 
quantities. 

Echelle, 10 pieds=l§ pouces Anglais. 57:^ x 21^. 
Original. 



145 

1151. Plan of a Bridge for the River Grand Bonaventure. With notes on the 
' Eegimen of the River/ &c. Eestigouche, 4th Dec, 1844. A. J. Russell. Inset 
' sketch of the locality' Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 44:f x 17|. 
Original. W. 

1152. Survey of River Jacques Cartier, from Roche Platte to near its source, 
the portage between that River and the headquarters of a River that falls into 
the River Saguenay, also a sketch of the River Montmorency performed by order 
of the Commissioners for exploring the remote parts of the District of Quebec, 
by William Ware. Depy. Prov. Surveyor. 1833. 

Scale of 2 miles to an inch. 26 x 32|. 
Original uncoloured MS. . S. 

1153. Plan of the River La Colle, shewing operations of 1812-14. Accompanying 
Lt. Colonel Hughes' letter to Lt. General Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. Copied 
by Geo. Williams, R.M.S.D., 19th July, 1814. 

Scale, two feet to a mile. 65^ x 12|. 

Copy bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications and of the 
Board of Ordnance. . 0. 

1154. Topographical Map of the Existing and Proposed Road from the Bridge 
across River Laprairie to Grenville, done under instructions from the Honour- 
able the Board of Works, in the Autumn of 1845. By Owen Quinn, Provincial 
Deputy Surveyor for Upper and Lower Canada. Notes. 

Scale of chains, 40=1 inch. 9Tj x 35. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

1155. Sketch shewing Soundings taken 8th September, 1856, in channel of the River 
Nicolet and Bridge downward to Lake St. Peter. Water in Lake St. Peter at 
the time soundings were taken one foot above extreme low water mark. J. Page. 

Scale, 1 mile^lTo inches.^ 431 x 25. 
Original. W. 

1156. Right Bank of the Richelieu from St. John's to Sorel. Chas. W. Lloyd, 
H. M.. 16 Regt. Dept. of Militia and Defence, Ottawa, Survey Division, Mar. 
14,1910. No. 10. M.. 

Scale, %3.360, or one mile to an inch. 28i x 49|. 
Original coloured MS., undated. M. 

1157. Plan of part of the River Richelieu, including Chamhly Basin and Grande 
Isle Ste Therese, shewing names of owners of land, with a note signed Louis de 
Ramezay, certifie veritable, J. Bte Raymond; Agathe Dumas, tutrice; Xavier 
Christie Burton, Ecr. ; J. Bte. Hertel de Rouvillcy Ecr. ;. 

Scale, 5 arpents to | inch. 58 x 18|. 
Copy. W. 

1158. Survey of the River Richelieu, taken in April and May, 1815, by R. N. Bryden, 
Master R. N. With notes, one by ' E. O.' Original accompanied Commodore 
Sir E. Owen's report of 1815. 

Scale of miles, 1=1J inches. 64 x 15j. 
LTncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1159. Sketch or Figurative Plan of the Projected Canal from St. John's to Cham- 
hly, by Jos. Bouchette, S.G.. 1819. 

Scale, 1 mile to 2:1 inches. 231 x 15 J. 
Original coloured MS. S. 
233—10 



146 

1160. Section of the line between St. John's and Longuenil in connection with a 
proposal to cut a canal. Alex. Stevenson. With explanations. Joseph Bouchette, 
Jr. True copy from the above. Th. L. Luxmore, Lt. Royl. Eng. Kl. Engineer's 
Office, Quebec, 9th March, 1826. Eeceived with the petition Eriaay, the 16th 
February, 1816. Wm. Lindsay, Clerk Asst. 

Scale, 5 miles to 2^ inches. 21-| x 17. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1161. Plan of the Obstructions to Navigation of the River Richelieu above and 
below St. Ours. Surveyed and drawn by Augt. Keefer,A. C. Genl., August, 1830. 
In two parts. 

Dimensions: (1), 661 x 151; (2), 31| x 131 inches. 
Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

1162. Plan of the Obstructions in the Navigation of the River Richelieu at St. 
Antoine and St. Denis within the distance of 3J miles. Surveyed and drawn by 
Augt. Keefer, A. C. Genl., August, 1830. With a profile of the Bar, at Island B. 

Scale, 5 chains to 1^ inches. 95 x 15|. 
Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

1163. Plan of the Line of Road from Jones' Bridge, River Richelieu, to Spear's 
Corner Leading to the East Village of Stanbridge. Distance as surveyed 14:i 
miles, 6 chs., 50 Iks. Protracted from Lindel Corey's D. P. S. Eield Notes. Office 
of Board of Works, 1845. 

SU X 24-1. 
Original. W. 

1164. Plan of the River Richelieu in 1858— Plan of the Rapids in 1863. 

Scale, 400 feet to 1 inch. 23J x 18j. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1165. Detail of Dam and Flume. (Richelieu Hydraulic Improvements). Montreal, 
7th Sept., 1874. Charles Legge, Civil Engineer. 55 x 28. 

Original, bearing the Stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1166. Plan shewing Proposed Hydraulic Improvements for Manufacturing Purposes 
on the Richelieu River, near Chambly Canton. Montreal, 25th July, 1872. 
Charles Legge, Civil Engineer. Leggo aiid Co., Steam Litr., Montreal. With 
Report by Charles Legge, attached. 

Scale, 500 feet to one inch. 40|- x 22-J. 

Bears the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1167. Plan Shewing Proposed Hydraulic Improvements on the Richelieu River 
near Chambly. Montreal, 7th Sept., 1874. Charles Legge. Civil Engineer. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 27|- x 22|. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1168. Profile of River Richelieu at Rapids of Ste. Therese and Chambly. Montreal, 
7th Sept., 1874. Charles Legge, Civil Engineer. 

Horizontal scale, 400 feet to one inch. 

Vertical scale, 20 feet to one inch. 41^ x 17. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department W. 

1169. Plan d'une partie de la Riviere Richelieu vis-avis les Villages St. Antoine 
& St. Denis. Plan accompanying report of J. F. Baillairge, dated Sept, 17/78. 
Bureaux des Cannaux, Montreal, Aout, 1878 

Echelle, 200 pieds au pouce. 34^ x 22J. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 



147 

1170. Geodetic levelling. (No. IV). Lake Champlain to tide water St. Lawrence. 
Section No. 1. River Richelieu. Rouse's Point to St. John's. E. Steckel, 
Engineer in charge. See Report, dated August 26th, 1885. No. 1 of a series of 
3 plans. Public Works, Canada, H. F. Perley, Chief Engineer. Sir Hector Lange- 
vin, C.B., K.C.M.G., Minister of Public Works. 

Horizontal scale, %oooo, or 5,000 ft to an inch. Vertical scale, %oo or 25 feet 
per inch. 28J x 8. 
TJncoloured litho. 

1171. Geodetic Levelling (No. V.) Lake Champlain to tide water St. Lawrence. 
Section No. 2. River Richelieu. St. Johns to St. Hilaire. E. Steckel, Engineer 
in Charge. See Eeport, dated August, 26th, 1885. No. 2 of a series of 3 plans. 
Public Works, Canada, Henry F. Perley, Chief Engineer. Sir Hector Langevin, 
C.B., K.C.M.G., Minister of Public Works. 

Horizontal scale, %oooo, or 5,000 ft to an inch. Vertical scale, Kino or 25 feet 
to an inch. 30^ x 8. 

Uncoloured lithograph. 

1172. Geodetic Levelling No. VI. Lake Champlain to tide water. St. Lawrence. 
Section No. 3. River Richelieu. St. Hilaire to Sorel. E. Steckel, Engineer in 
Charge. No. 3 of series of 3 plan^. See Eeport dated August 26th. 1885. Public 
Works, Canada; H. F. Perley, Chief Engineer; Sir H. L. Langevin, C. B., K.C. 
M.G., Minister of Public Works. 

Horizontal section %oooo or 5,000 feet^l inch. Vertical do %oo or 25 ft.= 
1 inch. 36J x 8. 

Uncoloured litho. 

1173 — Plan of a Bridge Site on the River Rimouski. Eegimen of the Eiver, &c. 
Eeitigouche, 29th August, 1843. A. J. Eussell. 
Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 30i x 16^. 
Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

1174. Sketch of Soundings taken in River Saguenay, in October and November, 
1877. With note. Soundings in feet and tenths. 

Scale, 1 inch=400 feet. 47i x 31^. 

Original, bearing stamp of Public Works Department. TY. 

1175. Plan of the Saguenay Territory. Department of Crown Lands. Andrew 
Eussell, Assistant Commissioner, Surveying Branch, L.C. Joseph Bouchette, 
Dep. Surveyor General. This map is a tracing of the manuscript map of the 
Province of Canada, compiled by Joseph Bouchette, Esq., Dep. Sur. Genl. A L. 
Eussell, Draftsman, Surveying Branch, Canada East. G. Matthews, Litho., 
Montreal. 

Scale of 6miles to 1 inch. 26 x 13. 
L^ncoloured litho. 

1176. Plan of the Beach on the South Side of the Channel of the River St. Charles, 

Shewing the extent of the Grants & Concessions on the Beach and of the Encroach- 
ments that have been made on the property of the Crown surveyed. Pursuant 
to instructions from the Surveyor General's Office in the months of June and 
July, 1840. True copy of the Original, Public Works Office, Montreal, 26th 
October, 1846. G. F. Baillairge, Supt. Draft. 

Scale of English feet, 300 to an inch. 494 x 28|. IF. 

1177. Plan of part of the St. Charles River. True copy of the original. Public 
Works Office, Montreal, 26th October, 1846. G. F. Baillairge, Asst. Draftsman. 
Eeferences. 

Scalp. 200 English feet to an inch. 421 x 27f. W. 
233— lOi 



148 

1178. Plan of the Waters between the St. Charles & Carouge Rivers in the County 
of Quebec. Made with a view of ascertaining the practicability of having a sup- 
ply of water irom the Lorette to the Carouge Eiver and other proposed works and 
Improvements of the Kiver Carouge at the desire of Michael Scott, Esquire. Com- 
piled from surveys by Messrs. Hughes, Austin and Ware, Prov. Survs., July, 1847. 
Wm. Ware, Prov. Sur. Public Works Office, Montreal, Sept. 8th, 1847. G. P. 
Baillairge, del. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 37-^- x 42-|-. 

1179. Mouth of the River St. Charles. Enlarged from Capt. Bayfield's Plan. Mon- 
treal, 26th April, 1848. Plan to accompany Mr. Barrett's Eeport of this date, 
James Stewart. Copy. Notes. 

Scale of English feet about 408 to an inch. 41^ x 28. W. 

1180. Plan of part of the Beach of the River St. Charles, Exhibiting that portion 
of the beach as shown by the Letters A. B. C. D. E. F. prayed for by the petitioners. 
Surveyed by W. Ware, Provl. Surveyor. Public Works Office, Montreal, Dec. 10, 
1848, G. F. Baillairge, Draftm. 

Scale of French feet, 160=1 inch English. 18^ x 14. 
Original. W. 

1181. Paroisse de Ste Flore, Canton de Radnor. 2eme Section. Notes. 

Eehelle, 20 Chaines au pouce. 29 x 49. 

Original coloured MS, One of six plans numbered 259, unsigned, undated. 

1182. Plan of Bridge across St. Francis River. 

Scales : — Elevation and ground plan, XVI ft. to 1 inch. 

Cross section, IV ft. to 1 inch. 

Enlarged Views, II ft. to 1 inch. 33| x 243. 
Original, unsigned, uncoloured working plan. S. 

1183. Figurative Sketch of the Line of Townships on the River St. Francois, shew- 
ing the Country from the St. Lawrence to the Kiver Line. Surveyor General's 
Office, Quebec, 26th August, 1815. Wm. Sax, D.P.S. and Dy. Sur. Genl. 

Scale, 8 miles to an inch. 14i x llg-. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1184. Figurative sketch of the River St. Francis, shewing the Base of operations 
for the settlement of the Waste Lands of the Crown on the Banks and sources of 

^ that river ; taking the road from Three Rivers, thro St. Gregoire and Shipton and 
Sherbrooke as the line of communication. 8th April, 1833. William B. Felton. 
Sur. P. Lands. 21^ x 17. 

Original coloured MS. aS'. 

1185. Plan of the Seigniory of St. James. With references. Surveyed in the months 
of January and February, A.D. 1830, by Joel Arkley, C.L.S., Leon G. Lalanue. 
C. L. S. 

Scale, 6 arpents to one inch. 36:} x 23J. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1186. Plan of the Front Part of the Seigniory of St. John de Chaillon belonging to 
Mr. de St. Ours. Surveyed by order of Hon. James Murray, Esq., Governor of the 
Province of Quebec, &c., 20th June, 1766. John Collins, D.S.G. 

Scale, of 2,000 feet to one inch. 22} x 36. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1187. Survey and Layout of the Land on v/hich the Fort of St. Johns is Built. 

The sixteen day of October, 1770. John Collins, D.S.G.. True copy from the 
Eegister of the Surveyor General's Office, W. Sax, D. P. S. & Act. Sur. Genl. 



149 

Surveyor General's Office, Quebec, 26 February, 1816. lOi x 16|. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1188. Plan of Fort St. John on the River Chambly. (Plan A.) Quebec, 7th May, 
1791, Gother Mann. Capt. Commandg. El. Engr. With Sections and References. 
Lord Dorchester's letter No. 85, Quebec, 14th June, 1791. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. Scale of sections, 20 feet to an inch. 27| x 20|. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

1189. Plan and Sections of the New Works proposed for St. John's. (Plan B.) 

Quebec, 7th May. 1791. Gother Mann, Captn. Commandg. Rl. Engr. With 
raised extra inset. Enclosure in Lord Dorchester's letter No. 85, Quebec, 14th 
June, 1791. 

Scale to the plan, 200 feet to an inch; to the sections, 20 feet to an inch. 
22 X 36. 

Coloured MS. fi m Q series. * 

1190. Plan and Section of a New Fort proposed to be built at St. Johns, Lower 
Canada, Gother Mann, M. Genl. Commanding, R. Engr., Quebec, 1st July, 1804. 

Scale of plan, 200 feet to an inch. 

Scale of section, 20 feet to an inch. 281: x 201. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1191. Plan and Section of a New Fort proposed to be built at St. Johns, Lower 
Canada. Gother Mann, C. M. Genl. Commandg., Rl. Engr., Quebec, 1st July, 
1804. 

Scale to the plan, 200 feet to an inch. Scale to the section, 20 feet to an 
inch. 28 x 21 1. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1192. Plan and Section of a New Fort proposed to be built at St. Johns, Lower 
Canada, Gother Mann, M. Genl. Commandg. Rl. Engr., Quebec, 1st July, 1804. 
With references and a Table of Details for construction, quantities, &c. 

Scale to the plan, 200 feet to an inch. Scale to the section, 20 feet to an 
inch. 27i x 20|. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of lortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1193. St. John's — General Plan and Three Plates of Buildings, originals, bearing 
the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a Plate 1. — St-. Johns Fort and Ground surrounding it. E. W. Dumford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 24 Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 18^ x 14|. 

h Plate 2. — Section of Buildings, Elevations, &c. Straw shed and carpenters' 
shop; old condemned barrack store-house, 1820. Fire Engine house, kitchen. 
Guard House, Barrack Master's Qrs., Commanding Officer's Qrs. E. W. Dum- 
for, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 24th Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17|. 

c Plate 3. — Plans and Elevations of various buildings: — ^Barrack, log building; 
Powder magazine; Barrack store-house. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada, 24 Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch, 17 x 11. 

d Plate 4. — A lot, 155 feet by 80, in the village, purchased by Government and 
occupied by the Commissariat. With plans and elevations of the buildings. E. 
W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eng., Canada, 24 Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10| x 17. 

1194. Plan of a proposed Fort at St. Johns, Lower Canada. Saml. Romilly, Captn. 
Rl. Engr. Comd. Distr. 8th Sept., 1825. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commg. Rl. 



150 

Engr., Canada. With table of construction. 

Scale, 80 feet to an inch. 29^ x 211. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1195. Outline shewing the relative situation of the Old and Proposed Forts at St. 
John. With references. Saml. Romilly, Captn. Royl. Engineers, Commd. Dist., 
17 Sept., 1825. E. W. Durnford, Colonel Comnig. El. Eng., Canada. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 29^ x 26^. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1196. Plan of a proposed Fort at St. John, Lower Canada. With Table of Con- 
struction and Section. Commanding Royal Engineer's Office, Quebec, Oct. 1st, 
1825. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. Saml. Romilly, 
Capt. Comg. Rl. Engr. Dist. Copy. Henry P. Wulff, Lt. Royl. Engr., 24th 
Sept,. 1825. Quebec. 

Scale. 80 feet to an inch. 28 x 21|. 

Coloured MS., bearing stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications, and 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1197. Plan of the present state of Fort St. John, Lower Canada, and ground adjacent 
shewing the relative levels of the principal points above high water. Commanding- 
Royal Engineer's Office, Quebec, Oct. 1, 1825. E. W. Durnford, Colonel Comg. 
Rl. Engr., Canada. Saml. Romilly, Commg. Rl. Engr. Dist. Copy. Henry P. 
Wulff, Lt. Royal Engr., Quebec, 28th Sept., 1825. With references. 

Scale, 120 feet to an inch. 30 x 22. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing stamps of Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1198. Plan of the present State of Fort St. John, Lower Canada, and ground ad- 
jacent shewing the relative levels of the principal points above high water. With 
references. Saml. Romilly, Captain, Royal Engineers, Commg. District. Thos. 
C. Luxmoore, Lt. Royal Engineers. Isle aux-noix, 8th September, 1825. Com- 
manding Royal Engineer's Office, Quebec, July 8th, 1826. 28J x 22f. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1199. Outline, shewing the relative situation of the Old proposed Fort at St. John. 

With references and section. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, Commg. Rl. Engr., Can- 
ada. Samul. Romilly, Capt. Rl. Engr., Comg. Dist. Copied by Danl. Brown, 
L. Corpl., Royal Sappers and Miners. Oct. 1st, 1825. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. Scale of sections, 50 feet to one inch. 27i x 261. 

Coloured MS. bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1200. Plan shewing the relative Situation of the Old and proposed Forts at St. 
John's, Lower Canada. Copyed from a plan dated Royal Engineers Office, Que- 
bec, Tth July, 1820. Royal Engineer's Office, Montreal, 31st May, 1828. With 
references. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 22 x 16|. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1201. Plan endorsed 'Plan of the Government Ground at St. Johns. Alexander 
Stevenson, D. P. Sur. 27-28 April, 1827. With notes. 12f x 7*. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 



151 

1202. Plan of the Works, &c. at St. Johns. Eeceived from Lt. Col. Durnford, 7th 
May, 1817, with a letter to Lt. Genl. M(ann). 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 19 x Hi. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of 

Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1203. Plan of St. John. 18th March, 1828. With table of measurements. 12^ x 7|. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1204. Plan of the Old Fort at St. Johns, shewing the measurement of the Ground 
adjoining thereto. W. Hand, District overseer; E. Figg, Lt. Col. Commg. Royal 
Engineers, Montreal District, 16th July, 1828. (Copy). Commanding Royal 
Engineer's Office, Quebec, 10th April, 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. Ryl. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 120 feet to an inch, English measure. 32| x 21|. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1205. Plan of Dwelling House and Store belonging to Horace Wheeler of St. John's, 
L.C., all well finished and in the most perfect order when taken possession of by 
the government on the 5th Nov., 1838, and delivered up about the 21st. 8 x 13^. 

Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1206. Sketch of the Position of St. John's, shewing in yellow the proposed Works. 

To accompany Lt. Col. Oldfield's letter to the Inspector General of Fortifications 
No. 132, dated 12th August, 1841. J. Oldfield, Lt. Colonel, Commg. R. Eng. in 
Canada, 12th Aug., 1841. Copy. J. Nightingale, 14th Sept., 1841. 

Scale, 150 yards to an inch. 2Tf x 34g. 

Coloured MS. copy bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of 
Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1207. St. Johns — Three plans showing the Exchange of Lands at St. John's, Lower 
Canada, referred to in the C. R. Engineer's letter to the I. G. F., dated Montreal, 
8th March, 1842. With a memorandum. 0. 

a. — Plan of the present Government Property, from Actual Survey. E. Y. W. 
Henderson, Lt. Royal Engineers, 2nd July, 1842; Hampden C. B. Moody, Lieut. 
Royl. Engineers; Frans. Ringler Thompson. Major and Capt. Rl. Engineers, 
4th July, 1842. Copy R. J. Pilkington, draftsman. Reed, with Comg. Rl. En- 
gineer's letter dated, Montreal, 4th July, 1842, No. 57. Copy. J. Nightingale, 
17th August, 1842. With memo, attached. 

Scale, 1,000 yards to an inch. 201 x 16i. 

Copy, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance. 

6. — Sketch shewing the Boundary of Government Property at St. John's, L. 
Canada, agreed to on the part of Chas. Grant, Esq.. for the Baronness de Longueuil 
as an exchange for the ground between Lemoine Street and a line drawn parallel 
thereto at a distance of 400 yards from the north angle of the Magazine Redoubt. 
The Baronness de Longueuil by Chas. Grant, Esq., agTees to give eighteen acres 
from her property on the west side of boundary and immediately adjoining thereto. 
T. Campbell, Col. Comg. R. A. Canadas; J. Oldfield, Lt. Col. Comg. R. Engineer 
in the Canadas; F. Sisson, Ordn. Store Keeper; W. H. Blenhanner, Dept. Ord. 
Store Keeper; C. W. Grant and T. C. Grant. Copy. W. H. Roberts, Lt. R. E., 
T. Cole, Major, R. Engineers. With references. Copy to accompany Mr. Howlett's 
Memorandum to the I. G. F., dated 3rd May, 1842. 

Scale, 120 yards to an inch. 22i x 18. 

Bears no stamps, but was evidently traced in the Ordnance Office, to accom- 
pany Mr. Howlett's memo, to which it is attached. 

c. — Plan of Exchange of Land according to an agreement made and entererl 
into by Charles W. Grant, Esq., on the part of the Baronness of Longueuil and 



152 

•J. Oldfield, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engineer in the Ganadas. F.' Sisson, Ord. Store 
Keeper and W. H. Blenhanner, Dept. Ord. Storekeeper, on the part of Government, 
bearing date 7th August, 1840, as surveyed by me on the eighteenth day of August 
one thousand eight hundred and forty-one, and agreed and consented to by the 
aforesaid C. W. Grant, Esq., on the part of the aforesaid Baronness and Richard 
Haworth, Capt. Royal Engineers, on the part of the Government at the Town 
of Dorchester, commonly called St. John's, agreeable to my report of said survey 
bearing date on that day. The Line ABC represents the South Line of Lemoine 
Street in the said Town of Dorchester. The parallelogram B C D E represents the 
18 acres to be conceded to Govt, by the said Baronness of Longaieuil, exclusive of 
a small tract belonging to Jason C. Pierce, Esq. The Parallelogram A B H G, 
represents 14 acres, 1 rod and 21 perches, to be conceded to the Baronness of 
Longueuil by Government. The dotted line O P represents the 400 yards from 
the North Angle of the Magazine Redoubt. Signed ne varietur by the parties 
and us notaries subscribing as mentioned in the said Deed of Exchange of the 
other part. Montreal, 26 November, 1841. 

F. Macbean, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery. 

Eras. Ringler Thompson, Major & Cap., Rl. Engrs. 

True copy. J. Guy, M.P. 

True Copy, W. N. Roberts, Sur., R. E. 

Hiram Corey, D.P.S. 

G. de Longueuil. 

F. Sisson, Ordn. Store'. 

W. H. Blenhanner, Dy. O. S. 

Copy to accompany Mr. Howlett's Memorandum to the I. G. F., dated 3rd 
May,. 1842. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 22f x 18. 

Copy, bears no office stamp, but was apparently made at the Ordnance Office 
to be sent to the I. G. F. with the memo. 

1208. Description of the Barracks and Public Buildings at the Garrison of St. 
John's. Upper Fort Field Barracks. With references. 8 x 12J. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1209. Carte du Cour du Fleuve de Saint Larent en Canada. Insets — Carte De 
Lanouvelle Yorck et de la mer des Iroquois, ou est Montreal, Yorck, Orange, le 
cour du Fleuve St. Laurent celuis d'Orange. Fait ce l7-8bre. Maugoin fecit. 

Echelle de la carte, quatre lieues au pouce; Inset. — Trente lieues au quatre 
pouces et un demi. 59J x 20. 

1210. Carte du Fleuve St. Laurent.— Quebec to Anticosti.— 

Echelle de vingt liens de France=61 pouces Anglais. 19| x 41. 
Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance, un- 
signed, undated. 0. 

1211. Part of the River St. Lawrence. 8| x 31. S. 

1212. Partie du Fleuve St. Laurent. From ' les Septilles ' to ' Isle D'Anticostie ' on 
the north and from ' le Mont Louis ' to ' Cap Deroziers ' on the south ; and is 
marked with several notes. 28i x 20. , 

Coloured MS. copy of a plan in Paris. 

1213. A Plan of part of the River St. Lawrence, reduced from Capt. Holland's 
Original Survey, from Quebec to the River Saguenay. 95 x 23|. 

Coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1214. Survey of Head of St. Lawrence. Same as preceding only extending from Fight- 
ing Island and Trent River to Johnstown. In two sections. 

Total length, 165| x breadth 25^ inch&s. 



153 

1215. La Grande Riviere de Canada, Appeiee par les Europeans De St. Laurens. 

Variations to 168fi. Levee et dressee par De-hayes. A Paris, chez X. de Fer dans 
risle du Palais Sur le Quay de I'Orloge a la Sphere Poyale, avec permission du 
Eoi. Publiee vers 1695. 39-J x 25. 

Uncoloured print, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1216. Basse Partie et Orientale du Fleuve de St. Laurent depuis I'lsle anx Lievres 
jusqira son embouchiire. Dressee sur les Memoires de M. de Catalogue, Ingenieur 
du Eoi tres Chrestien a Paris, Chez le Sr. Moullart-Sanson, G. o. d. E. Eue 
Froimanteau vis a vis le Vieux Louvre avec Privilege du Eoi, 172.3. 

Scale, 10 lieues a If pouces. 24 x IT. 

L'ncoloured print bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1217. Partie Haute et Occidentale du Fleuve de Canada, ou de St. Laurent, depuis 
le Lac Ontario jusqu'a la Ville de Quebec, Eveche et Capital du Canada, avec 

■ les noms des Particuliers a qu'il a ete fait des Concessions de Terra sur I'un et 
I'autre rive de ce Fleuve Dressee sur les Memoires de IT. de Catalogue, Ingenieur 
du Eoi tres chrestien, a Paris, chez le Sr. 3^Ioullart-Sanson G. o. de Sa Majeste. 
du Eue Froimanteau vis a vis le Vicux Louvre avec privilege, 1723. 

Echelle de cinq pouces et demi pour quarante lieues. 20-J x 14|. 

L^ncoloured print, bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1218. Sketch of Entrance to the River St. Lawrence. 1723. 15^ x 12. 

Original ]\IS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1219. Part of River St. Lawrence from Island of Anticosti to Quebec. Admiral 
Boscawen, 1755. Notes, &c. 

Scale of English and French leagues, 26 to an inch. 57 x 27^. 
fncoloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1220. Plan of the River St. Lawrence from the Island of Anticosti to Quebec. 

With notes. The bearings and distances of different points, and the Islands, 
Ledges, Eocks, Anchorage and Soundings with the setting of the tide and the 
land marks for avoiding the Ledges, &c., are plann'd from a manuscript found 
on board y^ Alcide, taken June, 1755, by Admiral Boscawen. 

Scale of leagues, 2=1 inch. 

Copied in the Drawing Eoom by John Eeid, July 9th, 1776. Also, an incom- 
plete copy. 

Scale of leagues, 2^=1 inch. 56^ x 26. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1221. A Sketch of the River St. Lawrence, from La Gallette to the Island of Perrot, 
with the Encampments of the Army, 1760. This was taken from a French 
draught and has been corrected as the army came down the river. 

Scale, 1 mile to IJ inches. 54 x 14|. 
Copy from M series. 

1222. Copy of part of a Map of North America by Thomas Jefferys, Geographer to 
the King, 1776. True copy. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, May 23rd, 
1882. E. E. Tache, Asst. Commissioner. 

Uncoloured litho. 

1223. Plan of Part of the River St. Lawrence, from Montreal to the Parish of 
Berthier on the North and to Sorel on the South Side of the River, by John 
Montressor, Sub. Engineer & Lieut. Samuel Holland, Capt. & Assist. Engineer. 
This map covers the portion of the St. Lawrence surveyed by John Montressor, 
for the Murray Survey, viz.: from Montreal to Eepentigny, in one section, and 
from Eepentigny to Berthier in another. It is, however, of earlier date than 
the Murray Survey, as is shown by an endorsement ' North America. British 



154 

America Part of the St. Lawrence from Montreal to Berthier and Sorel, Lt. 
Montressor, 25th March, 1761.' Another endorsement reads : — ' Eeceived, 30th 
Sept., 1761, with Mr. John Montressor's letter, Quebec, 26th March.' Every house 
along the river front is shewn with the position of the Churches, Calvaries and 
Mills. 

Scale, 2,000 feet=l inch. 126 x 26. 

Original coloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1224. Riviere St. Laurent, Depuis I'lsle Anticosti jusqu'au Saut de Richelieu. 

Avec les directions pour la navigation. A Londres. Par ordre du Chevalier 
Saunders, Vice Admiral. Traduit a Paris par le Eouge, Eng. Geographe du Eoi 
Rue de Grands Augustins, 1778. 

Echelle de lieues marines, 10=4| pouces Anglais. 30i x 33:1. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas G. 

1225. Carte du Cours du Fleuve de St. Laurent, Depuis son Embroehure jusqu'au 
dessus de Quebec. Public en 1780. Par M. B., Eng. de la Marine. 

Echelle de Lieues Communes de France, 20=11 pouces Anglais. 11^ x 71. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas E. 

1226. Suite de Cours du Fleuve de St. Laurent Depuis Quebec, jusqu'au Lac 
Ontario. Pour servir a I'Histoire Generale des Voyages. Par M. B., Eng. de la 
Marine. 

Echelle, lieues communes de Erance. 20=11 pouces Anglais. 11 x 7i. 
ITncoloured print from Atlas E. 

1227. Gulf of St. Laurence, North Shore. River St. John to St. Genevieve Island. 
J. W. F. DesBarres, 1781. 

Scale of miles, 1 Staute mile=lj inches; 1 nautical mile^lf- inches. 87 x 
301. 

1228. River St. Lawrence, from Cook Cove to River Chaudiere. Des Barres charts, 
1 Sept., 1786. 

Scale, nautical miles, 15=8J inches. 96 x 30. 

Coloured litho., published under the authority of the Admiralty. ;S^. 

1229. Plan du chemin ou des chemins cherche et tire par moi, Frangois Fournier, 
Arpenteur Jure, pour la province du Bas Canada, resident en la paroisse de St. 

Jean, Port Joly, Comte de Devon dans le District de Quebec entre 

la Bale St. Paul et St. Joachim, ou plutot entre St. Antoine de Juillet, 1818. 
Frs. Fournier, Arp. 92i x 13. 

Original coloured MS. ;S^. 

1230. Plan of the St. Lawrence from Tar Island to Rudling's Mills, 1818. Drawn 
by Lieut. Piers, Royal Staff Corps. Copy of original plan with certificate of the 
Commissioners. Commanding Royal Engineer's Office, Quebec, May 20th, 1828. 
Sheet No. 4— East. 

Scale of Geographical miles, 1=5 inches. 77 x 30. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1231. Saint Lawrence River. (Sheet no. 1 North). Boundary Survey from Simcoe 
Island to the east end of Howe Island. Copy. Commanding Royal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, May 19. 1828. 113 x 30. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1232. Index to the Surveys of the Head of the River Saint Lawrence made by order 
of the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty in the year 



155 

1816, under tte direction of Captain Wm. FitzWm. Owen, E. N. Copied from a 
map borrowed from the Admiralty, S. B. Hewlett, Inspector General's Office, 
February 6th, 1828. Shows the river from Amherst to Johnstown. 

Scale, 6631 fathoms to an inch. 98i x 21. 

Coloured manuscript, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1233. Pointe-Platon, South Shore, River St. Lawrence. Enlarged from Capt. Bay- 
field's chart 6 to 1. Surveyed 1836-7. 

Scale, 1 nautical mile to 9 inches. 39^ x 26^. W. 

1234. Pointe-Platon, South Shore, River St. Lawrence. Enlarged from Capt. Bay- 
field's Chart, 3 to 1. Surveyed in 1836-37. Pencil note, ' For Capt. Boxer, E.N.' 

Scale, 3 inches:=l nautical mile. 21J x 21. W. 

1235. River St. Lawrence. See also St. Lawrence. 

1236. Carte de la Grande Riviere de Canada, appellee par les Europeens, De St. 
Laurens. Levee et dressee par Deshayes. A Paris chez N. de Fer, dans L'Isle du 
Palais sur le Quay de I'Orloge a la Sphere Eoyale avec permission du Eoi. Cor- 
rected to 1686. Publiee vers 1695. 

There is a second issue of this map. — A Paris chez J. F. Bernard, dans L'Isle 
du Palais sur le Quay de I'Orloge, a la Sphere Eoyale, avec privilege du Eoi. 1715. 
39 X 24. 

TJncoloured print from Atlas G. 

1237. Carte d'une Exploration Faite en 1732, par J. L. Normandin, Arpenteur du 
Eoy. Comprenant Les Rivieres Chemcrichane, Lac K . 

Echelle de milles Statutes, Trois au pouce Anglais. 68 x 33|. 17. 

1238. Cours du Fleuve St. Laurent Depuis Montreal jusqu'a Tadoussac, 1762. J. P. 
Tardieu, Sculp. 

Scale des lieues marines, 20=2^ inches. 14 x 9. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

1239. Cours du Fleuve de Saint Laurent depuis la Mer jusqu'a Quebec. 

Echelle de vingt cent lieues communes=^li pouces Anglais. 13| x 8J. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

1240. Le Golphe de Saint Laurent et L'Isle de Terre Neuve. 

Echelle de lieues communes de France, 50=li pouces Anglais. 14|- x 9^. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

1241. Partie du Fleuve de Saint Laurent avec le Bassin de Quebec et I'lsle d'Orleans. 

Echelle d'une lieue commune=14 pouces Anglais, llf x 8-|. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

1242. Partie du Fleuve St. Laurent avec le Passage de la Traverse et les Isles 
Voisines. 

Echelle de deux lieues communes=2f pouces Anglais, llf x 8|. 
Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingenieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

1243. Partie du Fleuve St. Laurent depuis Quebec jusqu'au Lac St. Francois. Echelle 
de douze lieues communes=3 pouces Anglois. 

Carte du Lac Champlain. Echelle de huit lieues communes=lf pouces 
Anglois. 12i X 8i, 



156 

Coloured print from Le Petit Atlas Maritime. Par le Sr. Bellin, Ingeuieur 
de la Marine, 1764. 

1244. Le Golfe de St. Laurent. Dressee sur plusieurs arpentages modernes et autres 
Materiaux, Lies par des observations astronomiques. Publie par Saver a Londres 
en 1775; traduit de L' Anglais a Paris par Le Eonge. Eue des gds. Augustins, 
1779. Avee privilege du Eoi. 19 x 22. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas G. 

1245. Copie de partie d'un carte Publiee par Ordre du Roi de France, sous le 
Ministere De M. le Marechal de Castries, en 1784. 

True copy. — Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, May 23rd, 1882. E. E. 
Tache, Asst. Commissioner. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1246. Gulf and River of St. Lawrence, from Cape Ray to Quebec. J. F. W. Des 
Barres, Aug. 1st, 1784. 64^ x 29|. 

1247. A Chart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, compiled from a great number of 
Actual Surveys and other Materials Eegulated and Connected by Astronomical 
Observations. London. Eobert Sayer, 53 in Eleet St., 1st August, 1786. 

Scale of nautic leagues, 50=4^ inches. 20 x 23 f. 
Coloured print from Atlas G. 

1248. A Sketch of a tract of vacant land, on the plan lately compiled by Mr. Saml. 
Gale, between the River St. Francis and Chaudiere, on the south side of the 
river Saint Lawrence, with a scheme for diverting that tract into diagrams, con- 
taining each, as near as the irregularity of the figure will admit, 64,000 square 
acres. Quebec, lOth Sept., 1795. Wil. Vondervelden. Laid down to a scale of 
two miles, or 160 chains to an inch. Endorsed ' Settlement of the Eiver Becan- 
coeur.' 38 x 23|. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1249. Plan of part of the River St. Lawrence from St. Frangois de Salle to Berthier, 

shewing the unconceded lands applied for by Major Holland in exchange for his 
lands joining the Castle of St. Louis. Certified copy by Lindsay Eussell, S.G. 
Scale, 3 leagues to 4^ inches. 19 x 25. 
Coloured MS. copy. *S^. 

1250. Copy of part of Lt. Colonel Bouchette's Map of Canada, published in 1815. 
True copy. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, May 23rd, 1882. E. E. Tache, 
Asst. Commissioner. 13 x 8|. 

Uncoloured litho. 

1251. Plan of part of the River St. Lawrence and that of the Richelieu, shewing 
the nature of the intermediate ground, with the advantages and disadvantages of 
following any of the given lines in cutting a canal to communicate the waters of 
the Eichelieu with those of the St. Lawrence. See the accompanying explanation 
done by me this 6th day of Feby., 1816, Alexander Stevenson. Copied by D. P. 
Surveyor Joseph Bouchette, Junr. Eeceived with the petition Friday, 16th July, 
1816. W. Lindsay, Clerk, Arpt. This copy taken from the one by J. Bouchette, 
Jr., by T. Adams, E. M. S. D. (A true copy of the above) El. Engineer's Office. 
Quebec, 9th March, 1826. Thos. C. Luxmoore, Lieut. Eoyal Engr. A. 46. 

Scale, 1 mile to 1 inch. 21 x 17. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1252. Chart of the St. Lawrence from Goose Island to beyond Coudre Island. John 
Lambly, H. M. Quebec, July, 1817. J. Walker, sculpt. Published by John Lambly, 
15th May, 1818. 



157 

Scale, 2 miles to one inch. 21 x 15^. 
Uncolonred engraving. S. 

1253. To His Excellency Lieut. General Sir John Coape, Sherbrooke, G. C. B., 

Governor General and Commander in Chief in and over the Provinces of Lower 
Canada and Upper Canada, Vice Admiral of the same, and Commander of the 
Forces in British North America, &c., &c.. This Chart of the River St. Lawrence 
from Cape Chat to Quebec, is most respectfully inscribed by His Excellency's 
most obedient, devoted and very humble servant, John Lambly. Autograph copy. 
Quebec, July 10, 1817. Published 25 May, 1818. John Lambly, H.M. 

Scale, from Goose Island to below Coudre Island, one league to l-J inches. 
From Point Levy to St. Eochs, 1 league to an inch, 
from Wolfe's Cove to Orleans Island, 1 mile to 2 inches, 
from west end of Coudre Island to Three Pistoles, 1 league to an inch. 
331 X 26^. 

Uncoloured engraving. S. 

1254. Barret's Ledge and the Brandy Pots, by John Lambly, H.M., 1813. Published 
15 May, 1818. From a plate engraved by J. Walker. One of Lambly's series of 
charts of the St. Lawrence. 

Scale, 1 league to IJ inches. 12^ x 6|. 
Uncoloured print. 

1255. The Brandy Pots, the Pilgrims and Bic Island, as seen from various points, 
published by John Lambly, 15th May, 1818. From a plate by J. Walker. One of 
a series of charts of the St. Lawrence, by John Lambly. 

Dimensions, 11^ x 5 inches. 
Uncoloured print. 

1256. Goose Island, Cape Devil, St. Rochs Point, &c., as seen from the channel. 
John Lambly, published, 15th May, 1818. From a plate engraved by J. Walker. 
One of a series of charts of the St. Lawrence, by J. Lambly. 11 x 5§. 

Uncoloured print. 

1257. Kamouraska, by John Lambly, H.M., 1810. Published, 15th May, 1818. From 
a plate engraved by J. Walker. One of Lambly's series of charts of the St. Law- 
rence. 

Scale, one mile to 1^ inches. lOi x 5^. 
Uncoloured print. 

1258. Manicougan Bay and Great Shoal, by John Lambly, H.M., 1814. Published 
15 May, 1818. From plate engraved by J. Walker. One of John Lambly's series 
of charts of the St. Lawrence. 

Scale of two leagues to 3 inches. 12J x Qi. 
Uncoloured print. 

1259. North Channel, Orleans Island, Berthier to Beaumonts, By John Lambly, 
H.M., 1813. Published 15 May, 1818. From a plate engraved by J. Walker. One 
of Lambly's series of charts of the St. Lawrence. 

Scale, 1 league to IJ inches. 12 x 6-^. 
Uncoloured print. 

1260. The Pilgrims Islands, by John Lambly, 1811. Published 15 May, 1818. From 
a plate by J Walker. One of Lambly's series of charts of the St. Lawrence. 

Scale of one mile to 14 inches. lOf x 5|-. 
Uncoloured engraving. 

1261. The River from Bic Island to Bask Island, connecting the two charts. Pub- 
lished by John Lambly, 15th May, 1818. From a plate engraved by J. Walker. 
One of a scries of charts of the St. Lawrence by John Lambly. 



168 

Scale, 1 league to an inch. 7i x llf . 
Uncoloured print. 

1262. St. Rochs Church and Road. With notes. Published by John Lambly, J, 
Walker, Sculpt. One of Lambly's collection of charts of the St. Lawrence- John 
Lambly, 15th May, 1818. 

Dimensions, 10| x 5^ inches. 
Uncoloured print. 

1263. The Traverse, by John Lambly, H.M., 1813. Published 15th May, 1818. From a 
plate engraved by J. Walker. One of a series of charts of the St. Lawrence by 
John Lambly. 

Scale, 1 league to 1^ inches. 12-| x 6|. 
Uncoloured print. 

1264. The Wye Rock and Adjacent Islands; by John Lambly, H.M., 1816. Pub- 
lished, 15th May, 1818. J. Walker, Sculpt. 

Scale, 1 mile to an inch. 151 x 15^. 
Uncoloured engraving, >S^. 

1265. St. Lawrence River— Wye Rock to L'Islet. By John Lambly, H.M., 1815. 
Published, 15th May, 1818. From a plate engraved by J. Walker. One of a series 
of charts of the St. Lawrence, by John Lambly. 

Scale, one league to 1-|- inches. lOJ x 5^-. 
Uncoloured print. 

1266. Part of the River St. Lawrence from Cap L'Orignal to Cape Chat. Published 
by John Lambly, 15th May, 1818. Insets. 

Scale, 1 degree to an inch. 33 x 26J. 
Uncoloured chart. 8. 

1267. Plan of part of the River St. Lawrence and that of the Richelieu, shewing 
the nature of the intermediate ground with the advantages and disadvantages of 
following any of the given lines in cutting a Canal to communicate the waters 
of the Richelieu with those of the St. Lawrence. 

See the accompanying explanation done by me this 6th day of Feby., 1816. 
Alexander Stevenson. Copied by D. P. Surveyor, Joseph Bouchette, Jnr. Keceived 
with the petition, Friday, 16th Feby., 1816. W. Lindsay, clerk, &c. Commanding 
Eoyl. Engineers Office, Quebec, June 26th, 1819. 

Scale, one mile to the inch. 22 x 14|. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps, 0. 

1268. Part of the St. Lawrence, near Coteau du Lac. J. A. Koebuck, 1824. This map 
shews the Seigniory of M. Ellis at Grande Isle, and the Lost Channel Kapids. 8x8. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1269. Plan A of the Trigonometrical Survey of the St. Lawrence or Cataraqui 
between the Lakes St. Louis and St. Francis. Protracted from the Field Notes 
taken by order of the Commission appointed under Act Geo. IV., Chapter 27 of 
the Provincial Parliament of Lower Canada, for the improvement of the Naviga- 
tion along the St. Lawrence, during the months October, November, December 
and January, 1830-1, with profiles and sections of several ameliorations proposed 
by the undersigned, Alexander Stevenson, Civil Engineer and Sworn Surveyor; 
Andre Trudeau, Asst. Engineer and Sworn Surveyor. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 128-| x 29*. 
Original MS, W. 

1270. North Coast of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Bay of the Seven Islands. Sur- 
veyed by Capt. H. W. Bayfield. E. N. F. A. S., 1831. Admiralty chart, April 
12th, 1828. Corrections, 1861. Notes. Inset.— Manitou River. 



159 

Scale, 1 nautic inile=l inch. 
Print. 

1271. Plan of the Vicinity of St. Anne's Rapid at the West End of the Island of 
Montreal, shewing projections for improving the Navigation at that place, by 
Henry Du Vernet, Lieut. Col. Koyl. Staff Corps., 8th March, 1831. Remarks 
and- sections. 

Scale, 1 inch to a hundred yards. 61 x 32. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1272. Plan of an Anchorage between Grosse Isle and Margaret Id. Published by 
order of the House of Assembly of Lower Canada, 1832. Notes. 

Scale, 500 fathoms to an inch. 10 x 7^. 
Bears the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

1273. Plan of the Anchorage between Grosse Isle and Margaret Id. Endorsed 

Plan of Grosse Isle, 1832. With notes and references. Henry Wm. Bayfield, 
Commander Eoyal Navy. Published by Order of the House of Assembly, Lower 
Canada, 1832. Drawn by A. F. Bowen, E.N. Lauder, Sc, Montreal. 

Scale, 500 fathoms to an inch. 10 x Tf. 

TJncoloured litho copy. 8. 

1274. Plan of the Proposed Improvement of the St. Lawrence, No. 1. J. B. Mills, 

engineer. S. Keefer, 1833. With section. 
Scale, 400 feet to one inch. 54f x 26. 
Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

1275. Plans of the River St. Lawrence below Quebec. Sheet 7. Quebec and Isle 

of Orleans, Surveyed by Captn. Bayfield, R.N., F.G.S., 1827-1834. Admiralty 
chart with references, published Dec, 1st, 1837, corrected to 1848. 317. 

Scale, 1 nautic mile to an inch. 26 x 19f. 

Uncoloured plate, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1276. North Coast of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Mingan Islands. Western Sheet. 
Surveyed by Captain H. W. Bayfield, R.N., F.A.S., 1834. Notes. Printed Ad- 
miralty chart, April 12th, 1838. Corrections, 1861. 24^ x 18^. 

1277. Plan of the River Cataraqui or Saint Lawrence, between the Lakes Saint 
Louis and Saint Francis, shewing the relative situation of the different lines pro- 
posed for improving the navigation between these lakes, both on the north and 
south shores, with sections, &c., as surveyed in 1834-5 by Order of the Right 
Honourable Edward Ellice, Seigneur of Beauharnois for the information of the 
Provincial Government. Drawn 28th February, 1835, by Alex. Stevenson. 

Scale, 10 arpents to an inch. 55i x 32-|. 
Original. W. 

1278. Plans of the River St. Lawrence above Quebec. Sheet III. Lake St. Peter. 
Surveyed by Captain H. W. Bayfield, R.N., F.A.S., 1831. Admiralty Chart. Office 
of the Admiralty, April 12th, 1836. 

Scale of nautical miles, 1=1 inch. 24J x 19. 
Uncoloured print. 

1279. Plan of the South Shore of the River St. Lawrence, between the Lakes St. 
Francis and St. Louis. Surveyed by Henry G. Thompson under the orders of the 
Commissioners for the Internal Improvement of the Navigation of Lower Canada. 
Montreal, 28th December, 1836. 

Scale of 400 yards to one English inch. Section, scale of 100 yards to one 
English inch. 64^ x 261. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 



160 

1280. Plan of the River St. Lawrence from the Coteau du Lac to the Cascades, 
with its soundings, &C., &c. By Henry G. Thompson, of Montreal. See H. G. 
Thompson's report on North Shore Survey, 22nd Sept., 1842, and his report on 
South Shore Survey, 31st December, 1836. 15th Nov., 1873. G. F. Baillairge. 

Scale of 10 chains to one English inch. 112J x 254. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

1281. Eiver St. Lawrence — Montreal Harbour, Surveyed by Captain H. W. Bay- 
field, R.N., F.A.S., 1834. Admiralty chart, published, April 2nd, 1838. With 
explanations. 

Scale, 1 nautical mile to 6 inches. 19i x 27|. 

Uncoloured engraving, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 

0. 

1282. Chart of the River St. Lawrence from Bic Island to Quebec, Surveyed by 
Captain Bayfield, E.N., F.A.S., Part II., 1827-1834. With references. Admiralty 
chart, published Dec. 1st, 1837. Corrections to 1848. Variations to 1857. 

25 X- 31i-. 

Uncoloured print, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1283. Chart of the River St. Lawrence from Cape Chat to Bic Island, Surveyed 
by Captn. Bayfield, E.N., F.A.S., 1827-1834. Part I. With references. Admiralty 
Chart. Published Dec. 1st, 1837. Additions to 1849. Variations to 1857. 

26^ X 191. 

Uncoloured print, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1284. Plan of the Survey of Lake St. Louis, with Soundings, &e. Performed in 
1836. By order of the Board of Commissioners appointed under the Act 6th 
Year of William IV., Chap. XXIIL, for the improvement of the Navigation of 
the River Saint Lawrence. By A. Larue, Provincial Surveyor. References. 

Scale, 10 chains=l inch. 64| x 29i 

Original coloured MS., stamj}ed ' Board of Works.' W. 

1285. Chart of the River St. Lawrence from St. Helen lid. to St. Paul lid., from 
actual survey by P. Fleming, 1840. 

Scale of 600 feet to an inch. 43J x 2GJ. 
Original. W. 

1286. Soundings taken in the New or South Channel of Lake St. Peter, shewing the 
Dredging operations up to the Year 1846. Notes. 

Scale of ground plan, 60 feet to an inch; of sections, 12 feet to an inch. 
269-i X 12-J and 22. 
Original. W. 

1287. Gulf of St. Lawrence, Magdalen Islands, 1852. Matthews litho., Montreal. 
Crown Land Department, Quebec, 13th March, 1852. John Rolph, Commissioner 
of Crown Lands. 13i x 12-|. 

Original coloured MS. 

1288. River St. Lawrence, at and near to Coteau Fort — With notes. Beauharnois 
Canal, September, 1852. James Stewart. Plan referred to in my report of 25th 
May, 1853, the proposed works are marked in red, Samuel Keefer, C.E., Montreal, 
25th May, 1853. 

Scale of English chains, 3=1 inch. 60 x 40A. 
Coloured MS. copy. W. 

3289. Plan of the River St. Lawrence, from the Coteau du Lac to the Cascades 
with its soundings, &C., &C By ITonry G. Thompson of Montreal. Copied by 
A. Larue. Provincial Surveyor. 



161 

Scale of 10 chains to one English mile. 109J x 24J. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

1290. Survey of a portion of the River St. Lawrence between Lake St. Francis and 
Pt. an Diable, including the Coteau Rapids. Maillefert, 1854. Map No. 3. 

Scale, 3 chains=l inch. 124 x 39. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

1291. Survey of a portion of the River St. Lawrence between Pt. an Diable and 
Pt. au Moulin, including the Cedar Kapids (Maillefert, 1854). Map No. 4. 

Scale, 3 chains=l inch. 178 x 38. 
Original coloured MS. W. 

1292. Survey of the Channel of the St. Lawrence, opposite Montreal, 1854. Thos. 
C. Keefer. Notes. 

Scale of 500 feet to the inch. 107 x 37. 
Original. W. 

1293. Sketch shewing soundings taken 5th and 6th September, 1856, in the River 
Yamaska from St. Anne downwards to the St. Lawrence and Lake St. Peter. 

Scale of one mile=4i inches. 71| x 301. 
Original, bearing Public Works stamp. W. 

1294. North America, River St. Lawrence above Quebec, Point du Lac to Lachine 
Rapids. Surveyed by Capt. H. W. Bayfield, E.N., 1831-37. Ee-examined by 
Commr. J. Orlebar, E.N., assisted by Commr. Hancock, Messrs. Des Brisay, Carey, 
and Clifton, E.N., 1859. Sheet II., 283. Admiralty chart, 1 Nov., 1861. Cor- 
rections to 1863. 24* X 37i 

1295. North America — River St. Lawrence — Quebec Harbour. Surveyed by Captain 
H. W. Bayfield, Commr. J. Orlebar, Lieut. Hancock, E. A. Carey and W. T. 
Clifton, Master E. N. and M. Desbrisay, E.N., 1859. Admiralty chart (No. 319), 
coloiired and adapted for instructions re surveys, written in red ink and pencil 
on the plan. 

Natural scale, %4308 — or 1 sea mile=3 inches. 28 x 39. 

Uncoloured chart, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1296. North America, River St. Lawrence, Above Quebec — Quebec to Point du 
Lac, Surveyed by Capt. Bayfield, E.N., 1831-37. Ee-examined by Commr. J. 
Orlebar, E.N. ; Assisted by Comr. Hancock; Messrs. DesBrisay, Carey and Clif- 
ton, E.N., 1859. 2830. Admiralty, 1st Nov., 1861 39 x 25. 

Uncoloured Admiralty chart. 

1297. Map of the Isthmus between the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Bay of 
Fundy, shewing the Einal Location of the proposed Baie Verte Canal, according 
to actual survey by G. F. Baillairge, Asst. Chf. Engr. P. Works, up to October, 
1873. John Page, Chf Engr., P. Works, Canada. 

Horizontal scale, 10,000 feet to 1 inch. Vertical scale, 200 feet to 1 inch. 
16i X 94. 

Uncoloured litho. 

1298. Coast Telegraph Chart of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces. 

Delineated under the direction of Hon. P. Eortin, by L. N. Dufresne of the 
C. L. D. Quebec, 1876. With additions to December, 1879. With table of dis- 
tances and explanations. 

Scale, 3 nautical miles to 11 inches. 28J x 22^. 

Coloured litho. 
23.3—11 



162 

1299. Sketch to show Distinguishing colours of Lighthouses in the Lower St. 
Lawrence. Issued by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Ottawa, March, 
1881. 201 X 11^. 

Coloured litho. 

1300. North America. East Coast. Gulf of St. Lawrence and the River to Quebec. 

Surveyed by Capts. Bayfield and Orlebar, &c. Parts of an Admiralty char.t re- 
produced and adapted to show grants made by the French Government on the 
North Shore. True copy. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, May 23, 1882. 
E. E. Tache, Asst. Commissioner. 34 x 13. 
TTncoloured litho. 

1301. Signal Stations in the River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, Marine Department, 
Canada, 1886. Drawn by H. J. McHugh, Insp. Signal Service. Photo, by Canada 
Bank Note Co. 

Scale of nautical miles, about 70=1 inch. 10| x 8^. 
Coloured litho. 

1302. Public Works of Canada. Ship Channel, River St. Lawrence, between Mon- 
treal and Quebec. Minimum width, 300 ft. November, 1897. Hon. J, I. Tarte, 
Minister of Public Works. 

Scale, 4J Statute miles=l inch. 44 x 9|. 
Coloured litho, issued with Departmental Eeport. 

1303. Telegraph Chart of the Gulf and Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime Prov- 
inces. Published by the Department of Marine and Fisheries, Canada. Compiled 
by Lieut. Col. W. P. Anderson, M. Int. C.E., F.E.S.C, Chief Engineer. Eevised 
to 1st May, 1907. With explanations, distances and Eules and Eegulations gov- 
erning the Marine Signalling Stations. 

Scale, nautical miles, 30=1-^ inches. 31^ x 27^. 
Coloured litho. 

1304. Map shewing St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Rideau and Richelieu Canals. Eailways 
and Canals Eeport, 1907. No. 10. 

Scale, 10 miles=l inch. 22f x 91. 
TTncoloured litho. 

1305. Plan of part of the Riviere Beauport, shewing lands of Jean Baptistc Eenaud 
and Colonel Gugy, Quebec, October, 1862. P. L. Morin. 

Scale, 50 feet to one inch. 16§ x 39|. 
Copy. W. 

1306. Chart of River St. Lawrence, at Pointe-aux-Trembles, Island of Montreal. 

No. 1. Ottawa, 30th January, 1869. G. F. Baillairge. Notes. 
Scale, 200 feet per inch. 59 x 30-i. 
Copy. W. 

1307. Chart of River St. Lawrence between Lavaltrie and Lanoraie. Ottawa, 20th 
January, 1869. G. F. Baillairge. Notes. 

Scale, 200 feet per inch. 154 x 36. 
Original. W. 

1308. Chart of River St. Lawrence at Cape Charles, 2 miles below St. Jean Des- 
chaillons. No. 4. Ottawa, 20th January, 1869. G. F. Baillairge. Notes. 

Scale, 200 feet per inch. 94 x 36. 
Original. W. 

1309. Plan of Proposed Retaining Boom at Riviere des Prairies. Surveyed at the 
request of H. E. Symmes, Esq., for the Dept. of Public Works, by J. F. Gaudet, 
P. L. Surveyor, & C.E. Three Eivers, March, 1872. 



163 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 37i x 24^. 
Original. W. 

1310. Gulf of St. Lawrence, Magdalen Islands. Surveyed by Lieut. P. E. Collins, 
E.N., 1833. Admiralty Chart, published, April 12th, 1838; corrections to 1860 
and 1862, variations to 1881. No. 1134. Notes. 

18 X 23i. 
Print. 

1311. North Coast of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Mingan Islands. — Eastern Sheet. 
Surveyed by Capt. H. W. Bayfield, R.N., F.A.S., 1834. Admiralty Chart, April 

12th 1838. Corrections to 1861. Variations to 1882. Notes. 1132. 24 x 18j. 
Print 

1312. Coast Telegraph Chart of the Gulf and Lower St. Lawrence and Maritime 
Provinces. Delineated under the Direction of Hon. P. Fortin, by L. N. Dufresne 
of the C. L. D. Quebec, 1876, with additions to April, 1882. "With explanation 
and table of distances. 27^ x 19|. 

Coloured litho. 

1313. F. Copy of Part of the Gulf of St. Lawrence by J. F. W. Des Barres, in 1780. 
True copy, Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, May 23rd, 1882. E. E. Tache, 
Asst. Commissioner. Litho by Geo. E. Desbarats & Co. 22| x 5^. 

TJncoloured litho. 

1314. Public Works of Canada. Ship Channel, River St. Lawrence between Mon- 
treal and Quebec. Minimum width, 300 feet. November, 1897. Hon. J. L 
Tarte, Minister of Public Works; A. Gobeil, Deputy Minister; Louis Coste, Chief 
Engineer; F. W. Cowie, Hydrographic Engineer. Eeport of 1897-8. 

Scale of feet, 20,000 to one inch. 44 x 10*. 

1315. Plan of Part of River St. Lawrence and that of the Richelieu, shewing the 
nature of the intermediate ground, February, 1816, Alexander Stevenson. Vraie 
copie du plan depose dans les Archives de ce Departement, Departement des 
Terres de la Couronne, Quebec, 10 Decembre, 1884. E. E. Tache, Assistant Com- 
missaire, T. C. Copie. Compare G. F. B., 31 July, 1909. 

Scale of 3 miles=3i inches. 27 x 15|. 
Capy. W. 

1316. Chart of the Saint Lawrence, at Quebec Basin. 

Scale of nautic miles, 1=6 inches. 46 x 242. 1^'- 

1317. Plan of the River St. Lawrence, &c., between Montreal and Vercheres. No. 1. 

Enlarged from Captain Bayfield's Chart. Eemarks. 

Scale, 1 nautic mile to 2 inches. 

Plan of the River St. Lawrence between Vercheres and Sorel. No. 2. En- 
larged from Captain Bayfield's chart by C. Ready. 

Scale of nautic miles, 1=2 inches. 41 x 22|. 

Original, bearing the Board of Works stamp. W. 

1318. Survey of Part of the River St. Lawrence between Montreal Harbour and 
Laprairie, David Thompson. Endorsed, Board of Works. David Thompson, chief 
engineer; Henry G. Thompson, sculp*^. 

Scale, 200 yards to one inch. 75J x 30. 
Original coloured MS.,- undated. W. 

1319. Part of the River St. Lawrence, Montreal to Quebec. P. L. Morin, S. 
Draughtsman, C.L.D. 20 x 9|. 

Uncoloured print. 
283— llj 



164 

1320. A New Chart of the River St. Lawrence from the Island of Anticosti to 
Lake Ontario, By Thos, Kitchin, Geogr. 10x7. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

1321. Plan of the River St. Lawrence from the Falls of Montmorenci to Sillery, 
with the Operations of the Siege of Quebec. 

Scale, 1 mile=l inch. 9f x 7. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

1322. A Chart of the River St. Lawrence, as high as Quebec. — Plan of Quebec. 

Scale, 47j miles=l inch. 7| x 4J. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

1323. Survey of a portion of the River St. Lawrence from Pt. au Moulin to Lake 
St. Louis, Including the Cascade Rapids. ^Map jSTo. 5. Notes. &c. 

Scale, 3 chains to an inch. 152 x 38. 
Original, coloured, unsigned. W. 

1324. Riviere St. Maurice. See also St. Maurice. 

1325. St. Maurice Territory. A Map of all the Conceded and Surveyed Country to 
the North of the Rivers St. Lawrence and Ottawa lying between the Head 
of the Grenville Canal and the River St. Maurice. Exhibiting also the line of 
route, in strong black, of a party employed in Sept., Oct. and Nov., 1830, to trace 
a new Grand Eoad through the Back settlement of that tract of country under 
the instructions of Messrs. Pothier de Eocheblave and Larocque, Commissioners 
for exploring the country between the Rivers St. Maurice and Ottawa. Quebec, 
25th September, 1831. 

Scale, 1 mile=iyio inch. 50x27. 
Uncoloured litlio. S. 

1326. A Map of all the Conceded and Surveyed Country to the North of the Rivers 
St. Lawrence and Ottawa lying between the Head of the Grenville Canal and 

the River St. Maurice, exhibiting also the line of route, in strong black, of a 
party employed in Sept., Oct. and Nov., 1830, to trace a new Grand Eoad through 
the Back settlement of that tract of country under the instructions of Messrs. 
Pothier de Eocheblave and Larocque, Commissioners for exploring the country 
between the Eivers St. Maurice and Ottawa. Quebec, 25th September, 1831. Note. 
Eemarks. 

Scale of Statute miles, 2-1=1 inch. 50* x 27*. 

Uncoloured litho, received from Mr. Whiteher, Secretary of the Geographical 
Board. 

1327. Plan of the River St. Maurice, Surveyed from its Mouth in the River St. 
Lawrence, Near Three Eivers, to its Source at the Height of Land. Pierre 
Celestin Bourke. Crown Lands Department, Montreal, 28th July, 1848. P. L. 
Morin, Draughtsman, C.L.O. 

Scale, 2 miles=l inch. 77 x 274. 
Coloured. W. 

1328. Plan of the Islands, and Booms at the mouth of the River St. Maurice. 

Simon J. Dawson, Supt., Three Eivers, 31st Jany., 1853. Eeferences and notes. 
Scale, 8 chains to one inch. 29f: x 301. 
Original. ^Y. 

1329. Plan d'une partie de la Riviere St. Maurice pres de la Chute, La Grand Mere 

et des Terrains environnant la dite Chute," fait a la requisition de H. E. Symmes, 
Ecr., 16 Juin, 1858. Hil Legendre, A. P. Eeference. 

Scale of 6 chains to an inch. 22f x 10^. 

Copy. W. 



165 

1330. Mouth of the St. Maurice River. Embouchure de la Eiviere St. Maurice. 
With remarks, 1873. Plan prepared with notes by me, G. F. Baillairge. Gus. 
Smith, Process, 1879. 

Scale, 5 chains to one inch. 24i x 37|. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Public Works. W. 

1331. Plan de la moitie du pont de Neuf Cents pieds de long, que le soussigne pro- 
pose de faire sur la Riviere Saint-Maurice d'une seule Arche tout en fer battu 
ou etire pour Douze Mille Louis, tout le fer de cette pont pesera Cent Cinquante 
Tonneau, la hauteur du Pont et de trente pieds de Haut; La Figure 1 montre 
les rayons du milieu avec double rang de Croix St-Andre pour empecher 
le devers du Pont, ils sont places de trente a trente pieds de distances, dans tout 
la longueur du Pont, les Arcs vers les extremites du Pont s'approchent si pres des 
Cordes qu'on ne pent mettre qu'un rang de Croix St-Andre, tel que la Figure 2, 
une si grande longueur de Pont Seroit Sujet a Serpenter ou fouetter, il est done 
necessaire de lier les trois Arcs pur des Croix St-Andre, et des traverses tel que 
la figure cy dessous qui montre que les Arcs sont lies de Cinq a Cinq pieds. Dans 
la coupe cy-dessus du pont montre les Eayons de dix a dix pieds, mais je me pro- 
pose de les mettre de Cinq a Cinq pieds pour etre plus maitre des Arcs, et comme 
le froid et le chaud, Contraete ou etend le fer, ce qui seroit d'une grande conse- 
quence dans la longueur de Neuf Cent pieds, je me propose de mettre une des 
extremites du pont sur les cylindres de fonte qui roulevent sur des prisms quarrel 
aussi de pont. Note. L. Dumont. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 50 x 27. 

Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

1332. A Plan representing the River St. Piere, and adjacent Islands, situated on 
the south side of the Eiver St. Lawrence. Surveyed and Drawn by Alexr. Gibbs, 
January, 1825. With explanations of distances, &c. 

Scale, 500 feet to li inches. 17| x 13^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1333. Plan de la Riviere du Sagnenay, Lacs, Rivieres et Rnisseaux, ainsi que la 
qualite du sol du Terrein et des Bois, situes de chaque cote de la dite Riviere du 
Saguenay, fait d'apres une Esquise et Informations donnees par Paschal Tache, 
Ecuier, Seigneur de Kamouraska, apres avoir reside durant I'espace de Vingt-deux 
Annees a faire le Commerce des Pelleteries a la Pointe Bleu Shehutimitsh et 
Tadousac, fait par le Sousigne Clerc Arpenteur, Quebec, 27 Dec, 1825. A. Larue. 
Eeduced to one-half the scale of the original plan of A. Larue, by Wm. Sax, 
Land Surveyor, Quebec, April, 1827. Engr. by J. Smillie, Jnr. 

Scale of leagues, 9=2| inches. 20 x 15. 
Uncoloured print. 

1334. Plan of the River Saguenay, Canada East. No. 4. Crown Land Office, Toronto, 
March 16th, 1857. Joseph Cauchou, Commissioner. Maclear & Co., Lith., Toronto, 
1857. J. F. Bouchette, Draughtsman, C.L. Dept. 

Scale of miles, 18=4 inches. 22f x 38*. 
TTncoloured print. 

1335. Plan of the River Saguenay, Canada East. No. 4. Crown Land Office, 
Toronto, March 16th, 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner, J. F. Bouchette, 
Draughtsman, C. L. Depart. Maclear & Co., Litho., Toronto, 1857. 

Scale, 6 miles to If inches. 24 x 34^. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

1336. Chart of the River Saguenay. General sketch of the Eiver St. Lawrence and 
entrance of the Saguenay. With sailing directions. MS. Note. — The 'Eiver 
Saguenay ' having become of importance to Masters of Merchantmen since 



166 

Messrs. Wm. Price & Co., of Quebec, established so many mills thereon, GouH, 
Bowie and Co. present this sketch, done at their own cost to Captn of the 

on his being chartered for that river. London. It is done 
from Captn. Bayfield's survey, kindly lent by the Admiralty and W. Price & Co's. 
additional observations. 

Scale, 3 sea miles to 2 inches. 23-| x 19|. 

Uncoloured print. S. 

1337. River Sorel. See Sorel. 

1338. Onkseousi akoiatousera Tharonhia Ranere Sakosahani, 1829. Seigniory of 
Sault St. Louis. No. 4. Copie sur un plan de Mr. McCarthy, arpenteur, fait 
par ordre de Jos. Bouchette, Ecuyer, Arpenteur General. Shewina- Indian claims. 
20 X 224. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1339. Plan and Section of Two Routes for Section B of the Rouge Hill Macadamized 
Road. With a note by Eobert A. Maingy, C.E. 

Horizontal scale, two chains to an inch; Vertical scale, forty feet to an inch. 
29 X 21i. 

Original, stamped ' Board of Works Office Document.' W. 

1340. Plan of the Rouge Hill with the several lines of Road. Office of the Board 
of Works. 1845. A. Wells. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 35^ x 24^. 
Original. W. 

1341. Sections of two lines of Road through Rouge Hill. James Lyons, May 11th, 
1845. 

Horizontal scale, 100 feet to the inch; Vertical scale, 100 feet to the inch. 
574 X 12. 

Board of Works Office Document. W. 

1342. Map of Rouge River, shewing proposed Bridge Site and Alteration of High- 
way, St. Andrews, Jan., 1855. Arch. McDonald, C.E., 

Scale, 100 ft.=l inch. 30| x 21*. 
Original. W. 

1343. Saguenay. See Eiver Saguenay. 

1344. Guide Lines for a Road from St. Agnes to Grand Bay. Drawn by G. F. Bail- 

lairge, Public Works Office, Montreal, 4th March, 1845. Montreal, 4th March, 1848. 
Copy of plan referred to in Report of 20th January last — James Stewart. 
Scale, 1 mile to two inches. 20 x 103^. W. 

1345. Guide Lines for Road from St. Agnes to Grand Bay. Montreal, 20th January, 
1848. Plan to accompany my Eeport of this date, James Stewart. 

Scale of English miles, 1=2 inches. 23 x 106. 
Original, coloured MS. W. 

1346. Plan Officiel de la Paroisse de St. Antoine de Longueuil, Comte de Chambly. 

Fait en conformite des dispositions du Chapitre 37 des Statuts refondus du Bas 
Canada et de I'Acte 27-28; Vic. Chap. 40. Departement des Terres de la.Cour- 
ronne, Quebec, 20 Avril, 1868, Vraie copie par E. H. Ch. Lionais, Architecte et 
Arpt. 

Echelle d'arpents, 5 au police Anglais, 35^ x 464- W. 

1347. Plan Oficiel de la Paroisse de St. Boniface, Comte de St. Maurice, shewing 
the Government lands. 

Echelle, 20 chains au pouce. 42 x 24^. 
Original MS., unsigned, undated. W. 



167 

1348. Plan Officiel de la Paroisse de St. Bruno, Comte de Chambly. Fait en eon- 
formite des dispositions du Chapitre 37 des Statuts Kefondus dn Bas Canada, et 
de I'Acte 2Y-28 Vict. Chap, 40. Departement des Terres de la Couronne, Quebec, 
24 Mars, 1868. Vraie copie par E. H. Chas. Lionais, Arcliitecte et Arpt. Inset. — 
Plan officiel du Village de St. Bruno. Echelle de 180 pieds au pouce. 

EcheUe d'arpents, 5 au pouce, 45J x 36, W. 

1349. Plan du Village de St. Cesaire. St, Hyacinthe, 22 Juin, 1847. Par S. P. 
Eeneault Blanchard, Arp. 

Echelle des Perches, 10 au un pouce. 12| x 16. W. 

1350. St. Charles River. See also Eiver St. Charles. 

1351. Proposed Improvements in the mouth of St. Charles River. A. Endorsed 
' In No. 55078, C. Baillairge, City Eng. of Quebec, Nov. 15/75, Ottawa.' 

Scale, 200 feet=l inch. 36 x 27|. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1352. Proposed Improvements in the Mouth of St. Charles River. B, 

Scale, 200 feet=l inch. 36 x 26J. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1353. Proposed Improvements in the Mouth of St. Charles River. C. 

Scale, 200 feet=l inch. 36 x 27. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1354. Plan Figuratif de la Seigneurie de Ste. Croix et de Leeds, conformement a 
i'lnterlocutoire de la Cour du Banc du Eoy, terme Superieur du 18 Juin, 1831, 
dans une cause ou les Reverendes Dames Ursulines de Quebec sont demanderesses 
centre George Hamilton, Ecuyer, Marchand, au lieu nomme New Liverpool dans 
la Pointe Levy, Defendeur St. Nicolas, 6 Octobre, 1831. Jn, Bte. Demers, Arpt. 
Jure., Endorsed — Plan of the Seignory of St. Croix in the Province of Lower 
Canada. Enclosure to No. 57, May 13, 1833, References, 

Echelle d'une lieue au cinq pouces et demi, 27 x 27, 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

1355. Plan officiel de la Paroisse de Ste. Etienne, Comte de St. Maurice.— Note. 

Echelle, 20 chains au pouce. 15| x 491, 
Original, coloured MS., unsigned, undated, W. 

1356. Plan Figuratif du Chemin partent de la Chapelle St. Eusebe de Stanfold 
allent vers celle de St. Norbert. F. L. Poudrier, Arpt. G, Extension of Gentilly 
Branch from Stanfold Church to the main line near Arthabaska Church, N, H. 
Baird. Remarque. Stanfold, 18th Octo,, 1845. 

Echelle de 10 chains dans un pouce. 14| x 24. W. 

1357. Public Works of Canada. Ste. Famille, Isld. of Orleans. Surveyed, October, 
1879. F. M, Hamel, Asst, Engr, 

Scale, 100 feet=l inch, 201 x 21|, 

Original, bearing stamp of Public Works Department. W. 

1358. Plan Officiel de la Paroisse de Ste, Flore, Comte de Champlain. Note, 

Echelle, 5 arpente au pouce. 62 x 42. 

Original coloured MS., unsigned, undated. W. 

1359. Plan des Terres des Environes du Fort St. Frederic, Marquiere par le Sr. Bois- 

clerc a mil sept cent trente neuf sur laquelle carte sont aussy raportiere les Sondes 
qu'il a observe. 20 x 42. 

Coloured ]\fS, popy of a plan in Paris, France, 



168 

1360. Figurative Plan of St. Gabriel, and the Adjacent Seigniories. J. Smillie, Set. 

Scale, 1 league to 1| inches. 9-| x 15J. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1361. Plan officiel de la Paroisse de St. Hubert, Comte de Chambly. Fait en con- 
formite des dispositions du Chapitre 37 des Statuts refondus du Bas Canada et de 
I'Acte 27-28 Viet. Chap. 40, Departement des Terres de la Couronne, Quebec, 
6 Fevrier, 1868. 

EcheUe de 5 arpents au pouce Anglais. 27f x 45|. W. 

1362. St. Hyacinthe Court House — Eight Original Architect's Working Plans 

Uncoloured MS. 8. 

a. — Plan du Portique et entre de la Batisse de signee aux 2 plans, d' elevation 
cotte A. Endorsed, Court House, St. Hyacinthe, 1833. A. A. Papineau. 9 x SJ. 

h. — Front Elevation. A. A. Papineau, Arpt., 1833. With waterside view. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 13 x 29^. 

c. — Plan d'elevation cotte B, ce plan a ete trace a St. Hyacinthe en lObre, 
1833. Par le soussigne sur une echelle de 4 pieds au pouce. A. A. Papineau, Arpt. 
16 X 13. 

d. — Plan cotte C etage du milieu. Ce plan a ete trace sur une echelle de 4 
pies au pouce, par le soussigne du Village St. Hyacinthe en lObre, 1833. A. A. 
Papineau, Arpt. With references. 16 x 13. 

e. — Plan cotte B, ce plan a ete trace par le soussigne sur une echelle de 4 
pies au pouce a St. Hyacinthe en lObre, 1833. A. A. Papineau, Arpt. With 
References. 16 x 13. 

f. — Plan cotte D, etage du Rez de chaussee la batisse a soixante pies de front 
sur quarante de profondeur, mesure francaise, de dehors en dehors. Ce plan est 
trace sur Techelle de 40 parties au pouce ou pies par pouces. A. A. Papineau, 
Arpt. 16 X 13. 

g. — Plan cotte E representant la distribution du 3eme etage. With references. 
Ce plan a ete trace par le soussigne sur une echelle de 4 pies au pouce, a St. 
Hyacinthe en lObre, 1833. A. A. Papineau, Arpt. 16 x 13. 

h. — ^Plan cotte A representee le terrein avec les vues avoisionantes, il est 
trace sur une echelle de 40 pies au pouce, St. Hyacinthe, lObre, 1833. A. A. 
Papineau, Arpt. 13 x 214. 

1363. Plan of the Seigniory of Nicolet and Augmentation, Surveyor General's 
Office, Quebec, 15th May, 1837. Jos. Bouchette, S. Genl., L. C. 

Scale, 1 league to one inch. 9 x 12f. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1364. Public Works, Canada. — St. Irenee, Charlevoix Co., P.Q. Surveyed by Stewart 
Derbishire, October, 1879. 

20-1- X 19h 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1365. Plan de la Ville de St. Jean. Certifie varie copie du Cadastre, F. X. Maillot, 
Architect, &c. St. Jean, Mars, 10/77. (Shewing present and proposed sites of 
the Post Office). 

21J X 14J. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1366. Public Works, Canada. St. Jean, Port Joli, L'Islet Cy., P.Q. Surveyed, 
Sept., 1878. Stewart Derbishire. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. Section scale, 40=1 inch. 42J x 29|. 
Original, W. 

1367. St, Lawrence. See Eiver St. Lawrence. 



169 

1368. Carte d'une partie des Cotes du St. Laurent la ou est situee la seigneuire de 
Mingan et celle des Isles et Islets de Mingan. Le tout compile et dresse sur les 
Cartes de la Marine. 

Faites sous la direction de M. M. James Cook, celebre navigateur, Michael 
Lane et de Granchain, etc. etc. Au Depot general des Cartes, Plans et Journavix 
de la Marine. Paris, 1784. True copy, certified Andrew Russell. (Signe) Wil- 
liam Emery, Colonel. Crown Lands Office, Quebec, April 22, 1861. 

Scale, 4 Leagues to IJ Inches. 68 x 26f. 

1369. Releve du Fleuve St. Laurent, depuis la Pte des Cascades jusqu'a La Sei- 
gneurie de la Nouvelle Longueuil (No. 4). Copie du "Plan original des Sei- 
gneuries de Vaudreuil et de Soulanges, leve en 1790, par Ls. Guy, Arpen- 
teur " et Designant le 'Trojet de I'Ouverture d'un Canal " au pont de Soulanges 
par Messrs. Les Commissaires choisis et nommes par Sa Grace le Gouverneur en 
Chef " pour f aire rapport des moyens d'ameliorer la communication par eau entre 
Cette Province et cette de Haut Canada," par J. Viger, Supt. des Chemins de 
Montreal, Arp. Montreal, 2 fev, 1819. Numerous pencil notes of later date. 

Scale, 9 arpents=l pouce Anglois. 39 x 26J. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Board of "Works. W. 

1370. Landing Piers below Quebec. — 

I. — Island of Orleans. — II Sites. 
II. — Cap St. Ignace. 
III. — Crane Island. 
rV. — Kamouraska. 
V. — Pointe aux Peres. 
VI.— Malbai^-IV Sites. 
VII.— St. Irene. 
VIII. — Les Eboulements. 
IX.— Baie St. Paul. 
X. — Chateau Richer. 
To accompany Report of 6th July, 1847. James Stewart. 
Scale, 100 feet to an inch; Vertical sections, 20 feet to an inch. 19^ x 26. 
Originals, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1371. Plan of the Projected Post Road along the South Bank of the River St. 
Lawrence from the Landing Place at Point Levi to the River Etchemin, and 
also of the Road about the Cape being the present Post Road to the Kennebec, 
exhibiting the levels, wharves and buildings, from Actual Survey under the orders 
of the Board of Works of Canada. Performed in November and December, 1847. 
By A. Larue, land surveyor. 26 x 21^. 

Original, stamped Board of Works Office Document. W. 

1372. Sketch of the Exploration Line of the St. Lawrence and Champlain Canal as 

surveyed in November and December, 1847, by J. B. Mills, Civil Engineer. 
Scale, one thousand feet to an inch. 1354 x 31^. 
Original. W. 

1373. Chart of portions of the River St. Lawrence, between Montreal and Quebec 
where improvement is required for a Navigation of Twenty Feet at low water. 
Enlarged from Bayfield and shewing Winter Survey on the ice from Pt. aux 
Trembles to Lavaltrie. By order of the Harbour Commissioners of Montreal, 
Hon. John Young, Chairman; Thomas C. Keefer, Engr., Harbour Commissioners, 
29 Great St. James St., Montreal, March 1st, 1855. 

Scale, 1 nautical mile to 1^- inches. 33^ x 22i. 

Bears the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 



170 

1374. Gulf of St. Lawrence, Magdalen Islands and their surrounding fishing grounds 

from surveys by Capt. Bayfield, E.IST., and C. F. Koy, C.E. 
Scale of degrees, 1 to 10 inches. 15| x 18. 
Original. W. 

1375. Plan of that part of St. Lewis fall and rapids, comprehended between the 
isle au Diable and isle Boket dra^\Ti by order of the Gentlemen Commissioners 
appointed under the authority of an act intituled : ' An Act for applying the sum 
of one thousand pounds towards the improvement of the inland navigation of this 
Province.' By Louis Charland, Sur. With references and pencil notes of later 
date. 

Scale, 386 feet to an inch or 2 French arpents=:l inch English. 30i x 24. 
Original bearing the Board of Works stamp. W. 

1376. Plan du Domaine de la Seigneurie du Sault St. Louis, Comte de Laprairie, 

Vraie copie par E. H. Chs, Lionais, A. & S. 

Echelle de 5 arpents Frangais au pouce Anglais. 46 x 33^. W. 

1377. St. Maurice. See also Kiviere St. Maurice. 

1378. Linear Protraction of the Route passed along, from the Head of the Grenville 
Canal to the St. Maurice Forges, by the exploring party employed by the St. 
Maurice and Ottavpa Commissioners, 1830, to ascertain the facilities afforded 

to the formation of a new Grand Road along that tract of country and 

exhibiting the natural obstacles to be counteracted should such a work be 
ordered — With a scale of Statute miles shewing the distance of every Part of the 
Eoute, from the head of the Grenville Canal. Quebec, 25 September, 1831. 

Scale, 1 mile=l inch. 132 x 9. 
Uncoloured litho. I. 

1379. Sketch shewing the Relative Position of the Lands of the Forges St. Maurice 

with Caxton and other lands adjacent. 

Scale of Statute miles, 8=3 inches. lOi x 16-1. 
Original coloured MS. 

1380. Plan of Slide, Booms, Piers &c., for the improvement of the St. Maurice 
River at the Shawenegan Rapids. June, 1851. J. F. M'Donald, Engineer. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 54| x 40J. 
Original. W. 

1381. Plan of part of the St. Maurice from the Grande Piles to the Mouth, as 

surveyed in the spring of 1855, for the Public Works. 
Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 36 x 62|. 
Original. W. 

1382. Plan of the St. Maurice Territory. G. Matthews, Lithographer, Montreal. 
Woods and Forests, Crown Lands Department, Toronto. 4th April, 1856. Joseph 
Cauchon, Comr. Crown Lands. 

Scale, 4 miles to 1 inch. 56^ x 48|. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

1383. Plan d'une partie de la Riviere St. Maurice pres de la chute de la Grande 
Mere et des Terres avoisinant la dite Chute. Fait par I'arpenteur soussigne a 
la requisition de H. R. Symmes, superintendent, St. Maurice Works, acting on 
behalf of the Honourable commissary of Public Works, Hil. LeGendre, Arpt., 
16 June, 1858. 

Echelle de 2 arpents au pouce, 26^ x 39i 
Original. W, 



171 

1384. Plan d'une partie de la Riviere St. Maurice pres de la chute Shawenegan, et 
des terreins environnant la dite chute fait par I'arpenteur soussigne en Juin, 
1858, a la requisition de H. R. Symmes, Superintendent St. Maurice Works, acting 
on behalf of the Honourable Commissary of Public Works, 15th June, 1858. 
Hil Legendre, Arptr. 

Echelle d'arpents, 2 au pouce. 26J x 39|. 
Original. W. 

1385. Plan of part of the St. Maurice Territory. Surveying Branch for Lower 
Canada, Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, March, 1862. P. M.Vankoughnet, 
Commissioner of Crown Lands- 
Scale of 4 miles to 1 inch. 40 x 23f . W. 

1386. Plan of part of the St. Maurice Territory. G. Matthews, Litho., Montreal. 
Surveying Branch, L. C, Joseph Bouchette, Dept. Sur. Gen. Surveying Branch 
for Lower Canada, Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, March, 1862. P. M. 
Vankoughnet, Com. Crown Lands. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 40 x 23J. W, 

1387. Plan of part of St. Maurice Territory. G. Matthews, Lithographer, Montreal, 
Shewing site of Boom at Trois Eivieres. — Notes. 

Scale, 4 miles to 1 inch. 271 x 23. W. 

1388. Plan of Part of St. Maurice Territory. Surveying Branch for Lower Canada, 
Department of Crown Lands. P. M. Vankoughnet, Commr. Crown Lands. Joseph 
Bouchette, Dep. Sur. Genl. G. Matthews, Litho., Montreal. 

Scale, 4 miles to 1 inch. 40 x 24. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1389. Proposed Landing Pier. St. Michel. 1,350 feet extent, to 10 feet depth 
at low water of spring tides. Longitudinal Profile of Landing Pier. Scale, 60 feet 
to an inch. Office of Public Works, 1846. 

Scale, 40 toises to an ineh. 32|- x 20|. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1390. Plan Figuratif de la Seigneurie de St. Vallier, Berthier et d'une partie du 
Township d'Armargh. Fait par I'Arpenteur soussigne dans le mois de Juin, 1825. 
P. Legendre, A.P. 

Echelle des arpents, 13 au pouce Anglais. 181 x 59. 
Original. MS. 

1391. Lt. Col. J. By's Projected Improvement for Steam Boat Navigation to Sur- 
mount the Sault des Recollet and Cheval de Terre, Riviere des Prairies. John 
By, Lt. Col. Ryl. Engrs., Commdg. Rideau, 22 Jan., 1831. Copy. E. T. Ford, 
Lt. E. E. Aug. 26th, 1831. 

Scale, 100 feet=l inch. 86 x 26. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

1392. Plan of Shawenegan and vicinity, shewing where break occurred in May, 
1855. S. J. Dawson. 54J x 281. W. 

1393. Geological and Petrographical Plan and Sections of Shefford Mountain, Shef- 
ford County, Que .Geological Survey of Canada, Robert Bell, Sc. D. (Cantab), 
LL.D., F.R.S., Acting Director, 1902. To illustrate report by John A. Dresser, 
M.A. ; C. O. Seneeal, B.A., Sc, Geogi^apher and Chief Draughtsman; L. N. 
Richard, B.A., Sc, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 40 chains to 1 inch. 21 x 18J. 
Coloured litho. 



172 

1394. Plan of the Survey of the Shefford, Melbourne and Drummondville Roads 
Connecting the Adjacent Country with the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Rail- 
Road Line. Surveyed for the Department of Public Works by O. Wells, Prov. 
Surveyor, 

Scale, 80 Statute chains=l inch. 51^ x 51^. 
Original coloured MS., undated. W. 

1395. Diagram of the Township of Shenley. J. Bouchette, Sur., Genl. 

Scale of 80 chains to an inch. 18 x 16-|. 
Original. MS. 

1396. Diagram of the Township of Sherrington. Jos. Bouchette, S. Genl. With 
references. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 31i x 23f . 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1397. A Plan of the Seigniory of Sorel in the Province of Quebec, the property of 
Messrs. Greenwood and Higginson, Merchants in London. With a note contain- 
ing the authority for and circumstances of the survey, dated, 15th August, 1770. 
John Collins, D. S. Genl. References. 

Scale of arpents, 9 au pouce Anglais. 52 x 4-3^. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1398. Plan of Sorel, shewing the proposed new Town Lots and Defences, 1787, 
References and pencil note. 

Scale, 200 feet=l inch. 41-i x 28|. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of I ortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1399. Plan of the Vacant Lands in the rear of General Christie's Seigniory on the 
West Side of the River Sorel in the Province of Lower Canada, on which is 
likewise designated the several Seigniories thereunto adjoining. Compiled in 
the Surveyor General's Office, pursuant to an Order in Council of the 3rd July, 
1792. Samuel Holland. With a description of the Vacant Lands B adjoining the 
Seigniory of La Salle bequeathed by the late Mr. Sanguinet towards the support of 
a University which said vacant lands B is advised by His Majesty's Council to be 
reserved ungranted until His Majesty's pleasure be known with respect to its being 
applied to the same laudable use with the said Seigniory of La tSalle. 

Scale, 2 miles to one inch. 26| x 20. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1400. Plan of part of the Country laying West of the River Sorel in the District of 
Montreal and County of Huntingdon, shewing the Seigneurie of Villechauve 
otherwise called Beaucharnois, together with the Township of Hemingford in 
the rear of it. Samuel Holland, Surveyor General. 22nd March, 1798. With notes. 

Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 21 x 15. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1401. Sketch of the Barracks, &c., at William Henry. No. 3. 26th June, 1815. 
18| X 141. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1402. Sketch of Linchorne and Joliffe's Premises at William Henry, 1816. 12^ x 15|. 

Original MS. in two colours, from C series. 

1403. Plan of William Henry and its Vicinity. James P. Catty, Lt. Rl. Engrs., 

15th Nov., 1816. 

Scale of two inches to a mile. 27j x 17. 
Uncoloured MS. from C series. 



173 

1404. Sketch of part of His Majesty's Seigniory of Sorel, shewing the locality of a 
beach lot, in the Borough of William Henry, prayed for by a Memorial dated 
Quebec, 6th April, 1819. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. H x 12^. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1405. Sorel, or William Henry — General Plan and nine plates of Buildings, originals, 
bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ord- 
nance. 0. 

a Plate 1. — Plan of the Public Buildings at the Port of Sorel or William 
Henry. With references. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 
24th September, 1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. IT x 11. 

h. 2. — No. 1 Ban-ack, a framed building, clapboarded and shingled, painted 
in good repair. Plans, elevations and section, E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada, 24th Sept., 1823. 11 x 17. 

c. 3. — Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 Barracks, similar framed wooden buildings, clap- 
boarded, shingled and painted, the two first in good repair, 4 and 5 in a bad state. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24th Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

d. 4. — Nos. 4 and 5 Barracks, the same as Nos. 2 and 3. Plans, elevations and 
sections. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24th Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

e. 5. — No. 6 Commissariat Store House, Framed, Clapboarded and shingled, 
in bad repair and not worth it. Plans, elevations and section. No. 7 Commr. Store 
House for Flour, framed, clapboarded and shingled, in good repair. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24th September, 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

f. 6. — Plans, sections and elevations of sundry buildings: — Armoury, gun 
shed. Engineer and Barrack Store-rooms. A framed building on a stone founda- 
tion, in tolerable repair, shingled. Nos. 1, 2, 3, &c. cooking houses, framed and 
brick-nogged, clapboarded and shingled, in bad repair. No. 5 cooking house, 
framed , clapboarded and shingled, in good repair. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

g. 7. — A stone windmill converted into a powder magazine, in good order. 
Plan and elevation. Carpenters' \vorkshops, &e., clapboarded, shingled, in good 
repair. Eoyal Engineers' Office and storeroom, in good repair, shingled and clap- 
boarded. Plans, sections and elevations. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada, 24th Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

h. 8. — A building on the west bank of the Eichelieu, fitted up for the Asst. 
Mily. Secretary, in complete repair. Plan, section and elevation. Guard house, 
wooden buildings, clapboarded, shingled and painted, in good repair. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

i. 9. — Hospital, a wooden building, clapboarded, on a stone foundation, in 
bad repair. Plan, section and elevation. Block house, not worth repairing. Plan, 
section and elevation. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 
24 Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

j. 10. — Government House, in complete repair. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Commg. El. Engr., 24th Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 

1406. Map of His Majesty's Seigneurie of Sorel, situated in the County of Richelieu, 

Province of Lower Canada, purchased in 1781, for military purposes by Sir 



174 

Frederick Halclimand, then Commander in Chief. Surveyed in the year 1795 by 
Order of the Right Honourable Lord Dorchester, Comdr. in Chief of His Ma- 
jesty's Forces in North America. By (signed) S. L. Watson, Dy. Pr. Surveyor. 
Scale for the Seigneuries, 8 arpents to an English inch. Scale for the town 
of William Henry, 200 ft. to an inch. 88i x 50. 

1407. Sorel. Plan shewing Terrein du Eoi, Eglise, &c., and ' Lot demands ' on. the 
beach. 121 x 7^. 

Uncoloured manuscript from C series. 

1408. Plan of Sorel, shewing the proposed New Town Lots and Defences. Sorel, 
10th July, 1797. Gother Mann, Capt. and Commanding Engineer. Forwarded 
to Lieut. Genl. Sir John Colborne from the Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
agreably to His Excellency's request of the 10th Jany., 1837. Gust. Nicolls, 
Colonel, Commanding Royal Engineers, Canada; Quebec, 12th January, 1837. 

Verified as a true copy, P. J. Bainbrigge, Lt. R. E., July 12, 1837. 
Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 42 x 30. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1409. Sketch of proposed Punishment Cells for the Barracks at William Henry, 
1837. 

Scale, 50 feet to 4a inches. lOf x 7|. 
Original, partly coloured MS from C series. 

1410. Sorel — Four MS. Plans of Houses and Grounds, signed by W. C. Hadden, Lt. 
Roy. Engrs., May, 1838, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

a. — Plan of the House occupied by the Commander of the Forces, Sorel, 
L. C. Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 

6. — Plan of the Ground attached to the House and occupied by the Commander 
of the Forces, shewing also the position of the outbuildings, Sorel, L. C. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 17^ x 291. 

Copy, R. E. Office, Quebec, E. T. Ford, Lt. Rl. Engr., June 30, 1838. Plan 
2 of 4. 

c. — Plan of Mr. Wells' House, with the outbuildings fitted up for Artillery 
in 1837.— Sorel. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 16i- x lOf. 

W. C. Hadden. Lt. Roy. Engineers, June, 1838. G. Wliitmore, Lt. Rl. E. July, 
1838. 

d. — Plan of ground attached to the House occupied by the Barrack Master at 
Sorel, containing 285a, 2r 4p. 10 of which are cleared. References. W. C. 
Hadden, Lt. Rl. Engr., June, 1838. Quebec, R. E. Office. E. T. Ford, Lt. R. Engr. 
June 20th, 1838. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 39| x 174. 

1411. Plan of the Seigneurie of Sorel, copied from one drawn by a sworn surveyor 
which is in the Agent's possession. Shewing the land to be reserved for defence 
and the proposed exchange for a ship yard. To accompany a letter from the Comg. 
Royl. Engineer in the Canndas to the Inspector General of Fortifications, dated 
5th August, 1840. H. J. White, Lieut. R. Engineer, 15th Jany, 1840. Notes. 

Scale, 8 arpents to an inch. 44 x 69. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1412. Plan shewing the relative position of Barrack Buildings, Sorel. To accom- 
pany Report and Estimate for fitting the lower floor, Block E for Officers' Quar- 
ters. District Rl. Engr. Office, Montreal, 15th Nov., 1842. Franc^ Ringler Thorn 
son, Major and Capt. Rl. EngT. With references. Copy. Fredk. Torrens, Capt., 23 
Fusiliers, Asst. R. E. 



175 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 18| x 18. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1413. Sorel. Proposed alterations for converting Block E Soldiers Bks. into Officers 
rooms and a Mess Room, &c. With references. William Cowper, Lieut. Royl. 
Engrs. Frs. Ringler Thomson, Major and Capt. Royl. Engrs, 15th November,. 
1842. Copy. R. Pilkington, Draftsman 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 18 x llf. 
Coloured, MS. from C series. 

1414. Sorel. Proposed Officers' Privy. Wm. Cowper, Lt. Rl. Engrs., Eras. Ringler 
Thomson, Major and Capt., Royal Engrs., 15th Nov., 1842. Copy. R. Pilkington, 
Draftsman. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 9 x 11^. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1415. Plan of the Town of William Henry in the Royal Seigniory of Sorel in the 

County of Richelieu, Canada East. As surveyed in the years 1844 and 1845 by 
Order of Her Majesty's Board of Ordnance by Frederick Weiss, Provincial Land 
Surveyor. James H. Ereeth, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, 30 June, 1845. Certified 
true copy by F. Weiss. 

Scale, 100 English feet to an inch. 101 x 37*. 

Coloured MS. bearing the Lispector General of Eortifications and Board of 

Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1416. Plan of the Town of William Henry in the Royal Seigniory of Sorel, in the 

County of Richelieu, Canada East, as surveyed in the years 1844 and 1845 by 
order of Her Majesty's Board of Ordnance, by Frederick Weiss, Provincial Land 
Surveyor. James H. Freeth, Lieut. Rl. Engineers, 30th June, 1845. With a 
Table of References to find the position of Lots in the different Blocks. 
Scale, 100 English feet to an inch. 

1417. Sorel. Plan of the Northern portion of the Seigniory, with the Islands at- 
tached, shewing the portions that are required to be retained for Military pur- 

• poses. The Unconceded Land is tinted red, the portions required to be retained 
are edged vermillion. The portions tinted green are conceded and show the positions 
it would be necessary to occupy in the event of an Enemy attempting to descend 
the Richelieu, containing about 1,228 acres. The content of Unconceded Land 
necessary to be retained is about 1,071 acres, out of about 3,000 acres the whole of 
the Unconceded Land in the Seigniory. J. Bury, Lieut. Royal Engineers, 4 
October, 1850. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Rl. Engineers, Canada, 4 October, 
1850. Copy. From the plan reed, from the Commander in Chief. J. Nightingale, 
22nd May, 1857. 

Scale, 8 arpents, or 1,534 English feet=one inch. 42| x 25|. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1418. Sorel. Plan of the Northern portion of the Seigniory, with the Islands at- 
tached, shewing the portions that are required to be retained for Military purposes. 
The Unconceded Land is tinted red, the portions required to be retained are edged 
vermillion, the portions tinted green are conceded and shew the positions it would 
be necessary to occupy in the event of an Enemy attempting to ascend the 
Richelieu ' containing about 1,228 acres.' The content of unconceded land neces- 
sary to be retained is about 1,071 acres, out of about 3,000 acres, the whole of the 
unconceded land in the seigniory. J. Bury, Lieut. Royal Engineers. Henry 
Vavasour, Col. Comg. Rl. Engineers, Canada, 4th October, 1850. Rec'd. with 
C. R. E's letter. No. 221, dated 26th October, 1850. 

Scale of 8 arpents or 1,534' 8'' English to one inch. 43 x 30. 
Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 



176 

1419. Plan of the Seigneurie of Sorel, in Lower Canada. With a plan of ground 
attached to the house occupied by the Barrack Master at Sorel. 1858. 

Scale, 800 feet to an inch. 16^ x 244. 

Original, uncoloured MS., 'bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1420. Sorel. Sketch of Nooth's Farm and adjoining War Department property. 

To accompany Commg. Eoyal Engineer's letter to the Lieut. General Commandg., 
dated, 10 August, 1863. With references. H. Servante, Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., 
Canada. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 25 x 12. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1421. Sorel. (Plan No. 1). Barrack Reserve. Plan shewing W. D. Property ac- 
quired by the Imperial Government by Deed of Exchange, 27th Dec, 1858, by 
purchase of the Seigniory of Sorel, 13th Nov., 1780, and by Right of Conquest, 
1759. Vested in the Secretary of State for War under the Consolidated Statutes 
of Canada, 22nd Vict. Cap. XXXVI and given over in charge of the Dominion 
Government by the Commanding Royal Engineer in Canada, 2nd August, 1870. 
Content in all about 16^-0'"-0p. With table of references. R. G. Hamilton, Col. 
C. R. E., 10th June, 1871. To accompany Schedule of W. D. property for Dr. 
of Works, dated, Quebec, 10th June, 1871. Copied from plan prepared under the 
direction of the C. R. E. in Canada, in Jany., 1869. (Sigd. C. Walkem) and 
revised, H. Ivirkwood, Lt. R. E., 29/3/71. 

Scale, 100 English feet to one inch. 21| x 17^. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1422. Screl. (Plan No. II.) Island Reserves, &c. General Plan shewing relative 
positions of War Department Property tinted Red and Brown, purchased by the 
Imperial Government, 13th Nov., 1780, and from other sources. Vested in the 
Secretary of State for War under the Consolidated Statutes of Canada, 22 Vic- 
toria, Cap. XXXVI., and given over with the leases, deeds, &c., in charge of the 
Dominion Government by the Commanding Royal Engineer in Canada, 2nd 
August, 1870. Containing in the Islands and Mainland about 993^ O'^ 9p, including 
140 acres returned as copyhold. Note the Copyhold property is tinted Brown. 
R. G. Hamilton, Col., C.R.E., 10th June, 1871. To accompany schedule of W. D. 
Property for Dr. of Works, dated Quebec, 10th June, 1871. Copied from plan 
compiled under direction of C.R.E. in Canada, dated, Montreal, Jany., 1869, and 
signed Chas. Walkem, S. & D. H. Kirkwood, Lt. R. E., 3/4/71. 

Scale, 1,000 feet to f of an inch. Slf x I7j. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 

1423. Sorel. Outlines of the Town. 22 x 13. 

Endorsed ' Town of William Henry and New Lots.' 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1424. Plan of the Seigneurie House at William Henry and sketch of che ground 
about it. The part shaded with yellow shews the proposed addition to the House. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 22 x 15. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance, undated, 
unsigned. 0. 

1425. The Town of William Henry, and environs. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 23* x 17^. 
Original coloured MS., unsigned, undated. 8. 

1426. Plan of the Township of South Ham. Departement des Terres de la Couronne, 
Quebec, Janvier, 1870. 



177 

Scale, 40 chains to 1 inch. 23^ x 17. 
Coloured MS. 

1427. Map of proposed Mill Sites and Cross Sections of Ground in the Vicinity of 
the Old Canal, built by the Ordnance Department opposite Split Rock on the 
North Side of the River St. Lawrence. From measurements and levels taken 
on the 27th and 28th August, 1857. Cedars, 15th September, 1857. (Sgd.) G. F. 
Baillairge.' With a note made 26th June, 1871. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch, English measurement. 29^ x 21i. W. 

1428. Plan of proposed Road from Stag Creek to River Coulonge. Crown Timber 
Office, Ottawa, 2nd Oct., 1857. A. J. Russell. 28| x 15i 

Coloured MS. 

1429. Skeleton and Figurative Plan of the Counties of Stanstead, Sherbrooke, Mis- 
siskoui, Shefford, Drummond, Megantic and part of Nicolet in the Province of 
Lower Canada, exhibiting the ungranted and waste lands of the Crown therein. 
Jos. Bouchette, H. M. Sur. Genl., L. C. Surveyor General's Office, Quebec, 20th 
May, 1833. References. 

Scale of 8 miles to an inch. 24| x 21. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1430. Plan of the Counties of Stanstead, Sherbrooke, Missiskoui, Shefford, Drum- 
mond, Megantic and Part of Nicolet in the Province of Lower Canada, exhibit- 
ing the sitiiation in which it is proposed that land should be offered to the British 
American Land Co. The situation is marked AAA and coloured red. 1833. This 
is the plan referred to in the Memorandum of Agreement herewith annexed. 
Nathl. Gould. 

Scale of 8 miles to an inch. 20^ x 181. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

1431. Plan of the Counties of Stanstead and Compton, Canada East. References. 
C. Whitworth Lloyd, H.M. 16 Foot., 1863. Dept. of Militia and Defence, Ottawa, 
Mar. 14, 1910. Survey Division, 1992. 

Scale, %3.36o, one inch to a mile. 49^ x 31-^. 
Original coloured MS. M. 

1432. Part of Stoneham and Tewkesbury. From J. Hamel's Plan, 1829. 16^ x 16^. 

Coloured MS. copy. 

1433. Plan of the Township of Stoneham with Tewkesbury, containing 134,470 acres 
and the allowance for highways. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 50 x 28. 
Coloured MS. 

1434. Diagram of the Township of Stukely. With references. Joseph Bouchette, 
Dy. S. Genl. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 294 x 24J. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1435. Map of part of Lower Canada, shewing the line of the Tache Road, and other 
Colonization Branch Lines leading therefrom to the Seignorial Parishes on the 
South side of the River St. Lawrence. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, 
February, 1862. P. M. Vankoughnet, S. P. Bauset, Draftsman, Surveying Branch, 
Canada East Commissioners. G. Matthews, Litho., Montreal. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 35f- x 23. 

1436. Sketch shewing survey of the base line of the 10th Range, Co. Terrebonne. 
P. L. Morin, D.C.L.O., Crown Lands Department, Montreal, 7 June, 1848. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 65 x 10. 
Original coloured MS, P, 
233—12 



178 

1437. Map of the Counties of Terrebonne, Two Mountains and Argenteuil. Depart- 
ment of Crown Lands, Andrew Kussell, Asst. Commr. E. E. Tache, P. S. Draughts- 
man, Quebec, 31st December, 1861. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 144 x 15^. W. 

1438. Map of the Counties of Terrebonne, Two Mountains and Argenteuil. Depart- 
ment of Crown Lands, Quebec, 31st Dec, 1861, Andrew Russell, Asst. Commr. 
Surveying Branch L. C. Joseph Bouchette, Dept. Sur. Gen. E. E. Tache, P. L. S. 
Draughtsman. G. Matthews, Litho., Montreal. 

Scale, four miles to one inch. 14| x 15|. W. 

1439. Map of the Counties of Terrebonne, Two Mountains and Argenteuil. De- 
partment of Crown Lands, Quebec, 31st Dec, 1861. Andrew Russell, Asst. Comr. 
E. E. Tache, P.L.S. Draughtsman, Surveying Branch L, C. Joseph Bouchette, 
Dep. Sur. Genl. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 14 x 15^. 
TJncoloured print. 

1440. Diagram of the Township of Thetf ord. Verified during the months of August, 
September and October, 1852. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 23 x 23^. -^ 
Uncoloured MS. 

1441. Partie de Thetf ord. Copy of part of the verification survey by E. L. Poudrier, 
performed in 1866; date of plan 21 Jan., 186Y. 

Scale, 40 chs. au pouce. 121 x 17. 
Uncoloured MS. 

1442. Cai'te du Gouvernement du Trois Rivieres qui comprent en descendant 

le Eleuve St. Laurent depuis la sortie du Lac St. Pierre jusqu'a Ste. Anne. Levee 
en 1709 par les Ordres Monseigneur le Comte de Pontchartrain commandeur des 
Ordres du Roy, Ministre et Secretaire destat par Le Sr Catalogue, Lieutenant 
des troupes et dressee par Jean Baptiste Decoiiagne. Veue des Trois Rivieres. 
Pontchartrain Coat of Arms. 

Eehelle de cent arpents=6-| pouces anglais. 56 x 47. 

Coloured MS. copy of an original in le depot des cartes et journaux de la 
Marine a Paris. 

1443. Suitte du Gouvernement des Trois-Rivieres qui comprent en descendant le 
fleuve St. Laurent depuis les isles de Richelieu jusqu'a la sortie du lac St. Pierre 
leuees en 1709 par les Ordres de Monseigneur le comte de Pontchartrain, Comman- 
deur des Ordres du Roy, Ministre et Secretaire destat, par le Sr Catalogue, lieu- 
tenant des troupes et dressee par Jean Baptiste Decoiiagne. Pontchartrain Coat 
of Arms. 

Eehelle de cent arpents=5|. pouces anglais. 56 x 47. 

Coloured MS. copy of an original in le depot des cartes et journaux de la 
Marine a Paris. 

1444. Ground plan of Buildings in charge of the Barrack Department at Three 
Rivers, 26th June, 1815. "With explanations and references. 8 x 12^. 

Original MS. from C series. 

1445. Plan of Three Rivers (No. 2). E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Eugr.^ 
Canada, 24 Sept., 1823. 

Sc.ile, 400 feet to one inch, Erench measure. 16-| x lOi. 
Original, bearing stamps of the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Eoard of Ordnance. 0. 



179 

1446. Plan of the site of the Barracks at Three Rivers and Sketch of Military 
Buildings, March 23rcl, 1821. E. W. Dumford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Can- 
ada. John Smith, Lieut. Eoyl. Engr. Copy. Eoyal Engr. Drawing Eoom, 24th 
Sept., 1823. 21 x 16§. 

Copy, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications, and the 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1447. Plan of an Elevation of a Barrack Store and Office proposed to be erected at 
Three Rivers, L. C. J. E. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engiiaeer; E. E. Office, 
Quebec, July 28th, 1838. E. T. Ford, Lt. Eoyal Engineers. 

Scale, 5 feet to one inch. 10 x 15|. 
Original from C series. 

1448. Topographic Map — Ontario — Quebec — Thurso Sheet. Department of Militia 
and Defence, Topographical Section of General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario — Quebec 
75° 00'— 45° 30' Thurso Sheet. No. 19. 

Scale, ^a3Go, or one inch to one mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 29J x 23|. 
Coloured litho. 

1449. New Roads in the Townships Tring to Dudswell. 1829. 26| x 33^. 

Original MS. 8. 

1450. Plan of the Southwest part of the Township of Upton. Also of the inter- 
sections and Encroachments made thereon by Louis D. Derozier, as represented 
by the blue lines shaded blue, shev/ing the possessions of the inhabitants, to whom 
he conceded farms of 3 acres by 30 arpents in depth, on each side of the Euisseau 
des Chenes, so far as was ascertained by actual survey to exist in the month of 
January, 1805. Surveyed at the request of the late David Alexander Grant, Esq., 
proprietor of that part of the said Township, by William Sax, D. P. Surveyor. 
With a note. 

Scale, 30 chains to one inch. 27f x 22|. 
Original MS. 8. 

1451. Plan d'un partie du Township de Upton. Bureau des Terres de la Couronne, 
Montreal, 20 Aout, 1850. With references. Jos. Bouchette. Note attached. 
From Pro. Eed Book, Pt. IL Vol. 3 ' Grantham.' 

Echelle de 80 chaines au jwuce. 23 x llj. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1452. Plan of part of the Townships of Upton and Milton, shewing the overlapping 
of lots in separate surveys in connection with Nagle's claim. With references. 
J. B. 

Scale. 80 chains to an inch. 11| x 12§. 
Original coloured MS. P. 

1453. Plan of the Seigniories of Vaudreuil, Soulange, Rigaud, and New Longueuil, 
with the Township of Newton, according to Mr. Bouchette's plan and according 
to French Title. With notes and references. William Macdonald, Draftsman, 
David Thompson. 1822. 31| x 28f. 

Original coloured MS. P. 

1454. Topographical Map — Ontario — Quebec. Vaudreuil Sheet. Geographical sec- 
tions. Department of Militia and Defence. General Staif, No. 2197. — 1909. 
Ontario— Quebec, 74° 00'— 45° 15' Vaudreuil Sheet, No. 25. 

Scale, %336o or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour Interval, 25 feet. 30 x 24. 

1455. Plan Figuratif des limites du Village de Verchere, Marque sur le Plan par les 

lettres ABCDEFGHIala requisition de Frangois Xavier Cottelle, Es 

233— 12J 



180 

et autres proprietaires du dit Village. Fait le 11 Octobre, 1858. Joseph Weil- 
brenner, arpenteur. 

Echelle de 100 pieds an police Anglais. 26^ x 25. 

Original coloiired MS. S. 

1456. Plan of part of the Township Viger. With references. Crown Lands Depart- 
ment, Toronto, 20th February, 1858. Andrew Russell, Asst. Commissioner. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 18J x 21^. 
Original coloured MS. P. 

1457. Plan of part of the Yamaska River, from I'le St. Jean to St. Aime, shewing 
soundings taken July 2nd, 3rd and 5th, 1859. By order of the Harbour Commrs. 
of Montreal by E. Forsyth, Engr. H. Comr., Harbour Commissioner's Office, 
Montreal, November 22nd, 1859. Rob. Forsyth, Eng., Har. Com. 

Scale, 250 feet=l inch. 205 x 36. 
Original. W. 

1458. Geological and Topographical Map of Yamaska Mountain, Rouville County, 
Que. To illustrate Report by G. A. Young, Ph.D. Drawn for photolithography 
by 0. E. Prud'homme. No. 887. Geological Survey of Canada, &c., 1905. 

Scale, 20 chains to 1 inch:=H5840. 
Coloured litho. 

1459. Map of the County of Yamaska, Province of Quebec, shewing Common Roads, 
Macadamized Roads and Railways. 

Scale, 2 miles to 1 inch. 15 x 121. 
Coloured MS. 



TIPPER CANADA— ONTARIO. 

1460. Village of Adolphustown. 

Scale, four chains to one inch. 30 x 16J. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1461. Topographic Map — Ontario — ^Alexandria Sheet. Department of Militia and 
Defence, 1909. Geographical Section, General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario, 74° 30'— 
45° 15'. Alexandria Sheet, No. 18. 

Scnle, %336o or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour Interval, 25 feet. 29| x 24. 
Coloured litho. 

1462. Postal Map of County of Algoma, Ontario, Canada. L. F. Anstruther 
Maingy, Draughtsman, Post Office Department, Ottawa, Jany. 1st, 1879 

Scale, 12 miles to 1 inch. 15^ x 12|. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1463. Postal Map of County of Algoma, Ontario, Canada. L. F. Anstruther 
Maingy, Draughtsman, Post Office Department, Ottawa, Jany. 1st, 1879 

Scale, about 22^ inches to 1 mile. 14 x 12^. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1464. Position opposite Isle aux Bois Blanc. 1796. G. M. No. 68. Shews the Fort 
at Maiden and proposed Government Reserve. References. 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 25 x 21. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1465. Plan shewing the Town and Township proposed opposite the Isle aux Bois 
Blanc, near the entrance of the Narrows from Lake Erie to Detroit, with the 



181 

reservation for the Crown, for Works, Naval Yards, &c. With pencil and MS. 
notes. 

Scale, 600 yards to an inch. 48f x 32. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0.. 

1466. Plan and Sections of the Works of Defence proposed to be Constructed at 
Amherstburg, in Upper Canada. Gother Mann, Capt. Commnd. El. Engrs. 
Approved, .Eobert Prescott, 1797. By order of the Commander in Chief, James 
Green, Mily. Secy. 

Scale of the plan, 100 feet to an inch; of the sections, 8 feet to an inch. 28^ 
X 20i. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1467. Plan shewing the Site of the Military Post of Amherstburg, and the Land 
reserved for Government, by Colonel Mann, as it falls on the Huron Keserves and 
the Lots in the Township of Maiden. — No. 1, reserved by the Patentee- of said 
Township, — No. 2, claimed by Captain Bird; No. 3, claimed by Captain Caldwell. 

' A. Iredell, D.S., W.D. July 24th, 1797. A true copy. C. B. Wyatt, Ins. Genl., 
April 9th, 1806. 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 151 x 12^ 
Partly coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1468. Sketch of the Military Post at Amherstburg, showing the situation of the 
Public Buildings and of the New Town, Eeferences. Wm. Backwell, Lt. E. 
Engineers, June, 1799. 

Scale, 240 yards=3i inches. 15| x 12^. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1469. Amherstburg, shewing the Main Streets, and Lots with holders' names. 
' In Capt. H. M. Lewis, 26 June 1799.' 15g x 12|. 

Original uncoloured MS. 8. 

1470. Plan of House at Amherstburg, occupied by Mr. Thos. Reynolds, Deputy 
Comr. 1799. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 12 x 7^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1471. Sketch of the Post at Amherstburg, By Lt. Cooper, El. Engr., 1797. Also the 
Works of Defence ordered to be constructed in 1799. Gother Mann, Col. Com- 
mandg. El. Engrs. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 38* x 25J. 

Original MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1472. Amherstburg, giving the Names of Occupants. 1800. 15| x 12|. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1473. Sketch of the Military Post at Amherstburg, shewing the situation of the 
Rope Ground applied for by Messrs. Mills and Gilkison, 1804. With references, 
and a Eemark by Ph. Hughes, Capt. & Lt., El. Engrs. 

Scale, 75 yards to an inch. 19 x 12|. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1474. Amherstburg. Plan shewing the Fort and Capt. Bird's Improvements. 1808. 
With refei'ences. 13^ x 10. 

LTncoloured MS. copy from C series. 



182 

1475. Amherstburg. Shewing Fort, Town of Maiden, and Capt. Bird's improve- 
ments, 1808. 11 X 7|-. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1476. Plan of the Town Plot of Amherstburg. H. H. Wilson, Lt. Koyl. Engrs., 17 
Aug., 1819. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 16 x 20. 
Uncoloured,, original ^IS. S. 

1477. Plan shewing the present extent of the Military Keserve at Amherstburg, 
the Town Plot, and the part of the Mily. Reserve, as originally laid out, granted 
to Willm. Caldwell. 11. H. Wilson, Lieut. El. Engrs., iTth Aug., 1819. 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 
Original partly coloured MS. P. 

1478. Topographical Index of the Old Numbers in the Town of Amherstburg, 

W. D. Keference to the Old Numbers in Amherstburg as Eeported by the Com- 
missioners. This Eeference is to accompany the plan of Amherstburg trans- 
mitted to the Surveyor General's Office by T. S. T. Smith, D.S., 3rd Dec, 1820. 
151 X 11. 

Original, uncoloured MS. P. 

1479. Amherstburg, 1822. Shewing the Military Eeserve, Town Plot, and Boundary 
between the Huron Eeserve and the Township of Maiden. Eeference. On the 
Lot stained red, there is a small brick building and oven, very much out of re- 
pair. Henry Briscoe, Eoyal Engineer, 18/9/1822. 

Scale, 300 feet to one inch. 17 x lOf. 
Original partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1480. Plan of the entrance of the River from Lake Erie to Detroit. Quebec 6th 
December, 1788. Gothcr Mann, Capt. Commandg. El. Engrs. 

Scale, 600 yards=l inch. 21^ x 37. 0. 

1481. Plan, Sections and Elevations of the Buildings at Amherstburg. 
Plate 1. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Coramg. El. Engrs., Canada, Sept. 24th, 1823. 
Buildings included. — No. 4:, Men's Barracks; No. 3, Cook House; No. 8, Engrs. 
Quarters; No. 11. Commissariat Store; No. 5, Gun Shed. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. lOi x ISg. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the Lispector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1482. Plan, Sections and Elevations of the Buildings at Amherstburg. Plate 2. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engrs., Canada, Sept. 21th, 1823. Buildings 
included— No. 1, Magazine; No. 2, Magazine; No. 6, Guard House; No. 7, Car- 
penter's Shop; No. 9, Hospital; No. 10, Mr. Carpenter's Quarters; No. 12, 
Officers' Quarters. 10^ x 161. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Eortifications. 0. 

1483. Plan of the Port at Amherstburg. Plate X. No. 32. General Plan. With 
Eeferences and Section-;. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 
Sept. 24th, 1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 21 x 16i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1484. Proposed as a Work to replace the present ruinous Fort Amherstburg on the 
River Detroit at the head of Lake Erie. Eeferences. Notes. J. E. Wright, 
Lt. Col. El. Engineers; E. H. Bonnycastle. Captain, Eoyal Engineers, 5th Nov., 



183 

1827. Eoyal Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. 
Commg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 36 x 25|. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1485. Plan shewing the Outline of a Pentagonal Tower and Enceinte, from which 
the figure of the detailed Project was taken and which it is submitted might be 
sufficiently large for the Proposed Work at Amherstburg. El. Engineers Office, 
Kingston. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. El. Engineers, El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 
20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engineers, Canada. Copied 
by W. M. Smith, Lt. Eoyal Artillery, Asst. Engr. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 22^ x 18^. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1486. Sketch of the Position of Amherstburg Fort in Upper Canada. J. E. Wright, 
Lt. Col, El. Engineers; E. H. Bonnycastle, Capt. Eoyl. Engineers. El. En- 
gineers Office. Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, 
Canada. 

Scale, 170 yards=l inch; of the sections, 20 feet to an inch. 37^ x 26^. 
Original coloured MS. bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1487. Plan Shewing the Locality of the Reserve in Maiden, lately occupied as a 
Lunatic Asylum, with ' Description of Land proposed to be purchased,' and ' Des- 
cription of Land proposed to be purchased for a Park.' 28 x 24^. 

Coloured MS. S. 

1488. Plan, shewing the Military Reserve in the North West Corner of the Town- 
ship of Maiden, and in the Western part of the Cession from the Indians in 1800, 
adjoining thereto. Copy. J. G. C, 16th April, 1835. S. P. Hurd, S. G. Certified 
as a true copy. T. G. W . Eaststaff, Draugn. Endorsed, Amherstburg, Military 
Eeserve, Capt. Bonnycastle, 28th June, 1837. 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 18^ x 12|. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and In- 
spector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1489. Sketch of part of the Military Reserve at Amherstburg, Upper Canada, shew- 
ing the mode in which it is proposed to let the Ordnance premises now occupied 
by the Establishment there, agreeably to the Honble. Board's Order of 8th 
May, 1835. M.G./130. Eoyal Engineers Office, Toronto. U. C, 15th October, 
1835. E. H. B., Capt. E. E., West. Dist., U.C. Eeserve Boundary, total 1,1362 
yards north, this line cuts another which runs east from shore, 900 yards. Gus. 
Nicolls, Colonel Commandg, Eoyal Engineer, Canada. Quebec, 14th December, 
1835. Eoyal Engr. Office, No. 4. To accompany the Eeport of the Commanding 
Eoyal Engineer to His Excellency the Lieut. Governor of LTpper Canada on the 
Subject of the Military Eeserves, dated 18th July, 1836. T. G. W. Eaststaff, 
Draughtsman. 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch. 17 x '201. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1490. Plan of Lot No. 16, in the Town of Amherstburg, Philobeth D. Salter, P.L.S., 
Sandwich, Nov. 13, 1838. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. lOi x 16*. 
Original uncoloured MS. P. 

1491. Amherstburg. No. 6. Plan of the Military Reserve, Content called 311 acras. 
Bois Blanc Island, 212 acres. Henry Yavasour. Col. Comg. El. Engineer, 



184 

Canada, 26 October, 1850. Copy. K. J. Pilkington, Draughtsman. 
Scale, 300 feet to an inch. I7i x 13. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

1492. Amherstburg. No. 4. Plan shewing the arrangement for the Settlement of 
the Pensioners. With Eeferences and Explanations. Henry Vavasour, Col. 
Comg. Kyi. Engineer, Canada. E. J. Pilkington, Draughtsman, 3rd June, 1851. 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 22 x lY. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1493. Plan of the Old Market Lot as sold by the Municipality of the Town of 
Amherstburg. With Observations. 

Scale of feet, 15=1 inch. 21^ x IG^. 
Original, uncoloured MS. P. 

1494. Plan of the Market Lot, Town of Amherstburg, as Surveyed and Laid off in 
4 lots by John A. Wilkinson, Pro. Surveyor. Amherstburg, 6 July, 1853, by order 
of the Town Council. True copy A. H. Wagner. Endorsed ' A. 7, No. 14, 1853. 
6734/53. Alex. Cameron, Esq., care of Hon. M. Cameron, Dear Sir, I send you a 
copy of Wilkinson's plan plain. Had I waited to colour it, I should have been 
too late for the Post. Truly yours, in haste, A. H. Wagner. With notes. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 18A x 14|-. 
Uncoloured MS. ;S^. 

1495. Boundary Line between Ancaster and Flamborough. ' Boundary Line between 
the Township of Ancaster and the Township of Flamborough west was laid down 
by A. Jones, D.P.S., by order of the Surveyor General in the year 1825, tmder 
an Act of the P. Parliament (6th of George the 4th Chapter X) E. W. Kerr, 
(fr. information from J. G. Chewett, Esq.)' Copy. Taken from 'A Plan of the 
Original Line of Dundas street, bounding the Townships of Ancaster and West 
Flamborough, laid down by a scale of Forty Chains to one inch by A. Jones, 
D.P.S.' 18th October, 1825. By Eobt. W. Kerr, March, 1836. Endorsed— Plan 
from Doc. Desjardins, re Lyons— filed, 20th Oct., 1837. J. McDonell. 

17:1 X lOJ. S. 

1496. Eough Sketch of 3 Townships accompanying an Order of Survey, 15th May, 
1793. Sur. Genls. Ofl&ce, Superd. D. W. Smith, Actg. Sur. General. Ancaster, 
Beverley, Flamborough. Copied, G. S. Surveyor General's Office, Kingston, 
31st May, 1842. Thomas Parke, Sur. Genl. 10:} x 16-J. 

Partly coloured MS. P. 

1497. Plan, part of East Lake Sand Beach, and fishing ground in the Township of 
Athol. Surveyed at the request of Mr. Minard McDonald, by John O'Connor, 
D. P. Surveyor. Hallowell, 16th April, 1848. 15-J x 10. 

Original coloured MS. ;S'. 

1498. Chart of Bale du Dard (Lake Huron). Alexander Sproat, Provincial Land 
Surveyor, Southampton, 25th Sept., 1858. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 35 x 25J. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1499. Plan of the Town of Barrie, Home District, W. C. Taxwell, del & litho, York, 
W. C. From Can. Stone, 1833. 18 x 11. 

LTncoloured litho. 8. 

1500. Town of Barrie. Explanatory notes. Thomas Parke, Survr. Genl. Surveyor 
General's Office, Kingston, 20th April, 1842. Copy. Geo. Shaw. Specification. 
Lot No. 11 in the 8th Cone, of Vespra. 

Scale of 2i chains to an inch. 29 x 23^. 
Coloured MS. 



186 

1501. Plan of proposed Road from the Main Street Barrie thro' the Government 
Lands to the S. E. Corner of Lot No. 4 in 1st Concession West of Penetan- 
gueshene Road. 184Y. 27i x 12^. S. 

1502. A Survey of the Eear South West Boundary of the Township of Saltfleet, and 
also the South East Boundary of Barton, as originally surveyed and laid by a 
scale of ten chains to an inch by A. Jones, D.P.S., Saltfleet, 28th June, 1827. 
75 X llf. 

Original uncoloured MS. S. 

1503. An Accurate Survey of a Tract of Land belonging to Messrs. Speer and 
Binkley, lying in Barton and Ancaster, containing 900 acres. Dec. 29th, 1800. 
Eichard Cockrell, Dept. Prov. Sur. Copy. Drawn by Thomas Wilson. 151 x 13|. 

Coloured MS. P. 

1504. Sketch and Profile of 4th Concession Barton on the line C. B. Horizontal 
scale, 2 chains to the inch; vertical scale, 50 feet to an inch. W. M. Shaw, C. E. 
Hamilton, 10th Feby., 1846. 18J x 14f . 

Original vmcoloured MS. *S^. 

1505. A Sketch of the Bass Islands, Miamis Bay, and a part of the Miamis River, 

1794. Robert Pilkington, Lieut., Royal Engineers, A copy. D. W Smith, Acting 
Surveyor General. Enclosed in Lieut. Genl. Simcoe's No. 25, of the 21st June, 
1794. (3). 19 X 29^. 

Original coloured MS. from Q series. 

1506. A Sketch of the Bass Islands, Miamis Bay, and a part of the Miamis River, 

1794. Robert Pilkington, Lieut. Royal Engineers. 
Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 18 x 28|. 
Coloured MS. copy. 

1507. A Map of the Townships in the District of Bathurst in the Province of Upper 
Canada, compiled from actual surveys and a personal knowledge of the locality, and 
dedicated, with permission, to His Excellency Sir John Colborne, K.C.B., Lieu- 
tenant Governor, &c., &c., &c.. By Francis Henry Gumming, late 104 Rgt., 1835. 
Inset. — A Plan of the Town of Perth, References. 

Scale, 3 miles=2 inches. 44 x 61J. 
Coloured litho. S. 

1508. Map of Bayfield Harbour, Lake Huron, July, 1874. References. Surveyed by 
C. E. Michaud. C.E., Amherstburg, 23rd Sept., 1874. Ottawa, 20th May, 1885. 
William Ivingsford, Engineer in Charge. 

Scale, yi2oo,— 100 feet to an inch. 195 x 22|. 
Original. W. 

1508. Entry to Bay of Quinte. No. 3. 1815. 41^ x 19. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1510. Measured Sketch of the Water Communication between the Bay of Quinte 
and Lake Huron by the Rice Lake, &c., &c. No. 1. From the Lower Falls of 
the River Trent, to the mouth, by Lt. Cranfield, D.A.Q.M.G., the remainder by 
Capt. W. F. W. Owen, R.N., and Lieut. Smith, 70th Regiment, in the years 1816 
and 1817. Copied from the Original Surveys by Lieut. G. D. Cranfield, 90th 
Light Lifry., Quebec, 6th May, 1818. With explanatory remarks. 17 x 28. 

Uncoloured MS. S. 

1511. Plan shewing the Land on the Mohawk Tract, Bay of Quinte, purchased 
from the Indians. Surveyor General's Ofiice, York, U. C, 12th July, 1820. Thos. 
Ridout, Surveyor Genl. 



186 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 214 x 16|. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1512. Sketch shewing the situation of the Mohawk Tract, shewing the location of 
the purchase. Endorsed A. 

Scale of miles, 5 to an inch. 12i- x 8. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1513. Plan of the Township of Bedford, Midland District, Province of Upper Can- 
ada. True copy. Thomas Burrows. Overseer of Works, Kideau Canal, 4th Octr., 
1833. 33 X 30i 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the K. E. Office. 

1514. Belleville Harhour. August and September, 1873. William Kingsford, En- 
gineer in Charge. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 50|- x 31^-. 

Original, bearing the stamp ' Department of Public Works,' Mar. 6, 1874. W. 

1515. Eye Sketch of Big Bear River, by J. Harris, Master E.N., 1815. [Chenail 
ecarte.] No. 27a with Commodore Owen's report. 

Scale, 1 mile to If inches. 10 x 10. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1516. Sketch shewing the situation of the Black River and the communication 
from its source to the Talbot. W. B. Marlow, Lieut., Royal Engineers, Sept. 22, 
1826. W. M. Smith, Lieut., Royal Artillery. Copied, M. O. E. Wilson. 

Scale of British miles, 8=1 inch. 20 x 17. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1517. Plan of Lots 21 and 22 in the 2nd Con. of Blandford. Surveyed by W. G. 
Wonham, P.L.S. (1855). 

Scale, 6 chains to an inch, llf x 91. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1518. Plan of the Town of Blyth, Situated on Lot 42, 1st Concession of the Town- 
ship of Wawanosh and the South Half of Lot 1 in the 9th Concession of the 
Township of Morris, in the County of Huron, Canada. Surveyed by William 
Percival, C.E., Provincial Land Surveyor. Maclear & Co., Lithe, Toronto. Certi- 
fied, 7th Dec, 1855. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 33:} x 23^. 
Fncoloured litho. P. 

1519. Brampton. (Plan of the Town). 1848. 

Scale, 250 feet to an inch. 23-J x 18. 
Partly coloured litho. 

1520. Brantford. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 40| x 291. 

Original, bearing the ' Board of Works ' stamp. W. 

1521. Plan of part of the Township of Brantford, shewing the situation of a parcel 
of 200 acres claimed by the executors of the late Josiah Brown under Joseph 
Brant lease to the late Myres, in connection with certain other portions 
of the Township already gi*anted, &c. Brantford, 25th May, 1838. Lewis Bur- 
well, Dy. Surveyor. 

Scale, 20 chains to one inch. 121 x 15 . 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1522. Extract from the Plan of the Town of Brantford shewing in a red dotted 
margin the twenty acres of ground leased by the Indians to Marshal Lewis, and 



187 

sold by him to Nathan Gage — lying south of the old travelled Koad, now Colborne 
Street, and fronting the Grand River. Also two other parcels of uplands, and also 
within red dotted margins, conveyed by Asahel Hulbert to the said Nathan Gage. 
The small triangle on the East side of No. 16, South side of Colborne street is 
now a part of Mr. Gage's possession, he having obtained that possession from 
the late Jedediah Jackson, and hence the reason why Mr. Jackson's Patent Deed 
for No. 17 is confined to the lines of the lot as laid down on the Plan of the Town. 
Brantford, 6th October, 1840. Lewis Burwell, Dy. Surveyor. 

The parcel comprising the lots marked 8, 9, 10, 11 S. Side Colborne St. was 
disposed of by Lewis before he sold to me and patents are issued, consequently 
I have no claims to those lots. N.Gage. 

Eeduced to a scale of 2 chains to one inch. 20| x 16i. 

Original uncoloured MS. S. 

1523. Plan of a Parcel of 81 Acres of Land claimed by William K. Smith in lieu 
of money owing to him by the Six Nation Indians. Situate on the North Side of 
the Road leading from Brantford to Ancaster, in the Township of Brantford, 
and East of the Townplot of Brantford. Brantford, 3rd August, 1839. Lewis 
Burwell, D. L. Surveyor. 

Scale 10 chains to 1 inch. 12§ x TJ. 
Original uncoloured ]\[S. S. 

1524. Plan of the Brantford and Buffalo Railway, through the Crown Lands and 
the Township of Bertie. 18.51-2. No. 3. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 29]: x 37^. 
Coloured 21S. S. 

1525. Plan shewing the line of the Brantford and Buffalo Railway through the 
Crown Lands. 18.51-2. No. 4. This plan shews the line through the Reserve 
at Fort Erie with Buffalo on the opposite shore. 19h x 19|. 

Original uncoloured !^^S. P. 

1526. Map shewing the line of the Brantford and Buffalo Railway through Crown 

Lands. No. 2. From the reserve at Fort Erie to the proposed wharf in the 
Township of Bertie (Lot No. 2). 

Scale, 300 feet to 11 inches. 30 x 263. 

Orig'inal, partly coloured MS. P. 

1527. Sketch of part of the Buffalo and Brantford Railway near Waterloo. 1851-2. 
9 X 12. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1528. Map shewing the Line of the Brantford and Buffalo Railroad through the 
Crown Lands. No. 1. 18.51-2. Shows the line across the Crown Lands at Fort 
Erie. 

Scale, 6 chains to an inch. 21 x 27f. 
Original partly coloured MS. P. 

1529. Plan of the Safety Gate Building at Brewer's Upper Mills. With an ex- 
planatory note by John By, Lt. Col. Royal Engrs. Commdg. Rideau Canal, 30th 
May, 1832. Copied. E. C. Frome, Lieut. R. Engrs. 15| x 12^. 

L'ncoloured MS. from C series. 

1530. Bridgewater Mills,- 1807. 16^ x 10. 

Original uncoloured MS. P. 

1531. Plan of the Island referred to in Mr. Flint's petition and the adjacent part 
of Brockville, 1827. 

Scale, 200 feet to 1 inch. 15| x 14^. 
Original coloured MS. S. 



188 

1532. Topographic Map — Ontario — Brockville Sheet. Department of Militia and 
Defence, 1908. Topographical Section, General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario 75° 20' 
— 44° 30'. Brockville sheet, No. 10. With explanations. 

Scale, %3360 or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour Interval, 25 feet. 30^ x 24. 
Coloured litho. M. 

1533. Map of the County of Bruce, shewing the Lately Surveyed Townships in the 
Saugeen Indian Peninsula. Canada West. Lithographed and Published by H. 
Gregory, Hamilton, C.W., 1857. Entered according to Act of the Provincial Legis- 
lature in the year of Our Lord 1857, by Hardy Gregory in the office of the 
Registrar of the Province of Canada. 

Scale, 3 miles to an inch. 36 x 24. 
ITncoloured litho. S. 

1534. Sketch Map of the Bruce Mines — Desbarats District, Algoma, Ontario. To 

accompany part I, Vol. XVI. No. 898. With explanations. Geological Survey 
of Canada. Robert Bell, M.D., Sc. D. (Cantab) Acting Director, 1905. 

Scale, 1 mile to g of an inch. 8| x 6. 

ITncoloured litho. 

1535. Postal Map of the County of Bruce, Ontario, Canada. 1st July, 1878. 

Scale, 6 miles to one inch. 12-^- x 17-|. 
ITncoloured litho. 

1536. Map of Land purchased from the Indians at Burlington Bay, re claims of 
A. and E. Jones and heirs of the estate of Captn. A. McDonell, 5th April, 1797. 
With explanatory note. D. W. Smith, Asst. Sur. General. Hi x 13. 

Original uncoloured MS. P. 

1537. Plan of Burlington Bay on Lake Ontario with Soundings, &c.. By T. Chil- 
lingsworth. Master of H. M. Ship St. Lawrence. 1815. One of the maps accom- 
panying Comr. Owen's report. Inset. — Sketch of the outlet of Burlington Lake. 

Scale of nautic miles, 1=2| inches. 42 x 27^. 
ITncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1538. Plan of Survey of Four Acres, thirty-seven perches of Land Situate on Bur- 
lington Bay, near the outlet of the same, by request of John Chisholm, Esq. 
December, 1821. A. Marlet, Surveyor. With notes. 

Scale, 4 chains to one inch. 9| x 13|. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1539. Plan of Survey made for John Chisholm, Esq., by request of the Surveyor 
General, pursuant to instructions of ^h\ Andrew Mercer, of York, agent for the 
said Chisholm, dated the 23rd December, 1822. Also the I acre the property of the 
Messrs. Hatts, agreeably to the same advice. A. Marlet, D.L. Surveyor. Endorsed 
' Plan of a certain Parcel or tract of Lands situate on Burlington Bay near the 
outlet, surveyed pursuant to instructions. By A ]\rarlet, Dy. Surveyor.' 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 18^ x 13 J. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1540. Plan of Burlington Bay. References. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. 
Engr.. Canada. 24th Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 1 mile to 3f inches. 21 x 16|. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1541. Burlington Beach. Canal and Piers — Five Plans showing a series of original 
designs for the works. S. 

a — Scroll Design. Francis Hall, Engineer. Queenston, 13th Sept., 1824. 
Scale for the Plan and Sections, 100 feet to an inch. 



189 

Scale for the Transverse Sections and Elevations, 5 feet to an inch. 29 x 21. 

h — Design for a Draw Bridge, shewing necessity of Bridgeway and platform. 
Finished Bridgeway and Platform, and Elevation. 

Scale, 4 feet to one inch. 29i x 19|. 

c — Design for Piers. Francis Hall, Engineer, Queenston, 1st May, 1824. 

Scale, 5 feet to an inch. 28^- x 20. 

d — Scroll Design — Francis Hall, Engineer, Queenston, 13th September, 1824. 
Copy by James G. Chewett, York, 14th November, 1824. 

Scale for plan and sections, 100 feet to an inch. 

Scale for Transverse Sections and Elevations, 5 feet to an inch. 314 x 24^. 

e — General Section of Burlington Beach at the point marked No. 3, upon the 
map and drawn with Red Lines. With elevation of proposed pier, transverso 
sections, &c. Francis Hall, Engineer, Queenston, 14th April, 1824. 

Scale for general plan and section, 621 feet=l inch. 

Scale of the transverse sections, 6J feet=l inch. 67| x 19|. 

1542. Plan of Part of Burlington Bay. August 24th, 1837. William Harley, Dy. 
Prov. Surveyor, 

Scale, 5 chains to an inch. 21| x 9. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1543. Plan of the Stretch of Land between Burlington Bay and Lake Ontario. 

Surveyed and Planned this 26th Day of August, 1837 by Joshua Lind, D. P. 
Surveyor. 

Scale, 6 chains to the inch. 18i x lOJ. 

Original iTucoloured MS. *S'. 

1544. Plan of Burlington Heights. Surveyed by Lewis Burwell, D.P.S. in 1834. 
Surveyor General's Office, Toronto, LLC., 23rd April, 1835. Copy. Henry Lizars, 
S. P. Hurd, S.G. (Certified as a true copy). P. J. Bainbrigge, Lt. R.E., 4th 
Aug., 1836. 

Scale, 10 chains to one inch. 19 x 23|. 
Coloured MS. S. 

1545. Map of the Burlington Piers connecting Lake Ontario with Burlington Bay. 

L. E. Trudeau, No. 18, June 25th, 1878. Weller's Bay. 
Surveyed, June, 1878, scale yi2oo. 44| x 36. 
Original, bearing the Stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1546. By-Town. See Ottawa. 

1547. Canada West. See Ontario, and Upper Canada. 

1548. Plan and Elevation of a Block House built at Chatham on the Biver Thames, 
Upper Canada. 1794. 

Scale, 5 feet to one inch. 19 x 14|. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1549. Sketch of part of Chatham, shewing tract described to Mr. Richard Jackman. 
Surveyor General's Office, York, 8 August, 1815, Thos. Ridout, Sur. General. 
8| X 7h 

Original uncoloured MS. P. 

1550. Chatham Fortifications, &c. — Four Original coloured MS. Plans, bearing the 

stamps of the Lispector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a — A project for occupying the position at Chatham, in Upper Canada, in 
compliance with the instructions of Major General Sir J. C. Smyth, Bt. Shows 
the position of ground reserved. Notes. PI. 1. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Rl. Engrs. 



190 

El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 5 chains or 110 yards to an inch. 38 x 24^. 

h — Plan of a redoubt with an interior reduit capable of aeeommodating about 
250 men, &c., for the position at Chatham, in U. Canada. J. E. Wright, Lt. Col. 
El. Engineers. E. Engineers Office, York, 29th October, 182Y. J. Walpole, Lieut. 
Eoyal Engineers. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. 38 x 24^. 

c — Plans of the upper and ground floors of the Eeduit; also plans of the scarp, 
with the galleries in the rear of it. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 38 x 24*. 

d — Sections of preceding plans. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 

1551. Plan of the Town of Chatham. Copy from Mr Burwell's plan of survey. The 
lots marked thus ' S ' were returned to the Honble. Peter Eobinson, C.C, 4 April, 
1829. Lithographed for Peter Eobinson. Esq., for Surveyor General's Office, 
A.W.L. 

Scale, five chains to half inch. 13i x 10-J. 
ITncoloured lithos. (2). P. 

1552. Plan shewing the Military Reserve adjoining the Town of Chatham, on the 
River Thames. J. G. C, 16th April, 1835. S. P. Hurd, S. G. Certified as a 
true copy. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draugn. 

Scale, 44 yards to an inch. 12f x 18 1. 

ITncoloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1553. Sketch shewing the situation of the Barracks proposed to be built on the 
Military Eeserve at Chatham, TJ. C. With references. Vincent Biscoe, 
Captain, E. Engineers, May 26, 1838. Copied 1 June, 1836. Eichard Birley. 
Temp. Clerk, E. E. Dept., Toronto, U.C. 

Scale, 330 feet to an inch. 15* x 10*. 
ITncoloured MS. 8. 

1554. Town of Chatham. March 17, 1871. Copy. A. Wilkinson. 

Scale, a chain to an inch. 16| x 13|. 
Litho. copy. P. 

1555. Chatham— Plan of the Military Reserves. No. 1, content called, 11^ 3^ 8P; 
No. 2 28.375 acres. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Eyl. Engineer, Canada. 
26th October, 1850. Copy. Ed. Pilkington, Draughtsman. Drawn in litho by 
J. G. Kelly and printed at the Litho. Establishment. Quar. Master Gen'l. Depart- 
ment, Horse Guards, Jany., 1851. 

Scale, 500 feet to an inch. 17^ x 13. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

1556. Plan of part of King Street, Chatham. Eebruary 29th, 1856. Albert Pellew 
Salter, Provin. Surveyor. 6f x lOg. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1557. Map of the County of Carleton, Canada West, from surveys made under the 
Direction of H. E. Walling. Published by D. Putnam, Prescott, C. W., 1863. 
View.- — Inset of Ottawa. 

Scale, 1 mile=l inch. 53 x 54. 
Coloured print. 

1558. Map of the Counties of Carleton and Russell, with a correct map of the City 
of Ottawa. Compiled from the most accurate surveys by W. A. Austin, P.L.S., 



191 

C.E. With a view of the Rideau Falls. W. A. Austin & Co., Land Agents, Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyors, Civil Engineers, &c., Ottawa, C.W. 

Scales, County Map, 2 miles to the inch; city map, 8 chains to the inch. 
31| X 46|. 
• Uncoloured litho. 

1559. Map of the Counties of Carleton and Russell, with a correct map of the City 
of Ottawa. Compiled from the most accurate surveys by W. A. Austin, P.L.S., 
C.E. With a view of the Rideau Falls. W. A. Austin & Co., Land Agents, Pro- 
vincial Land Siirveyors, Civil Engineers, &c., Ottawa, C.W. 

Scales, county map, 2 miles to the inch; city map, 8 chains to the inch. 
46J X 32i 

Tinted litho. S. 

1560. Plan of Chaxlottenburg. 1790. 6^ x 4|. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1561. A Sketch of Part of the Township of Charlottenburg. By J. McNaughtan, 
Depy. Surveyor, May 22nd, 1830. N.B. The colouring, names and number of 
acres laid down in this sketch by W. Chewett, Actg. Surveyor. Genl. S.G.O., 20th 
June, 1831. With references. 8| x 15. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1562. Chippawa. See also Fort Chippawa. 

1563. Plan and Section of the Tete-de-Pont at Chippewa with its Buildings. This 

work is too small to show on a scale of 200 feet to an inch; it has therefore 
been drawn to one of 20 feet to an inch. Plate 2, No. 20 (General Plan of Can- 
ada) ' C.C Plate 1, Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commissariat. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 20^ x 24. 

Original MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1564. A Plan of Survey from Chippawa to Bridgewater Mills, 1807. (Bridgewater 
Mills. A.) 33 X 13. 

Original uncoloured MS. 8. 

1565. Sketch of the Position in the Chippewa and of the Roads and Principal 
Settlements on the Chippewa and Lyon's Creek. 1815. No. 16. Accompanying 
Commodore Sir E. Owens' report, 1816. 

Scale, one inch to a mile. 19 1 x 16|. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

1566. Plans and Elevations of the Houses built by the late John Muirhead on the 
Military Reserve at -the Port of Chippawa. Henry Vavasour, Capt. Eoyal 
Engineers, C.C.A., E.E. Jany., 1817. 

Scale, 15 feet to an inch. I7i x lOf. 
Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1567. Sections to accompany Plan 3. (Between Chippawa Creek and 20 Mile 
Creek and Lake Ontario). J. E. Portlock, Royal Engineers. Commanding Royal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, Feby. 22nd, 1820. J. Jebb, for Com. R. Engr. 

Scale of distances, 800 links or 528 feet to an inch. 
Scale of heights, 20 feet to an inch. 89 x 27. 
Original plan from C series. 

1568. Sketch of a part of Chippewa Creek observing the boundary line of the land 
purchased from Weishuhn, at the mouth of Lyons Creek, for the Redoubt on 
the Point, 17th July, 1815. Plate 4. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. 
Canada. Sept. 24th, 1823. 



192 

Scale, 100 feet to f of an inch. 16| x 10|. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1569. Plan and Section of the Redoubt and unfinished Block House at Weishuens 
Point, between the Chippewa River and Lyons Creek. Plate 4. The Section 
shews the present State of the Slopes. E. W. Dumford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engrs., Canada. Sept. 24th, 1823. 

This work is too small to be shewn on a scale of 200 feet to an inch, it has 
therefore been drawn to one of 20 feet to an inch. 25 x 16^. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Board or Ordnance and. Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1570. Plan shewing the Ground proposed to be Reserved for Government, and 
situation for the Barracks and Stores at the entrance of the Chippewa Creek. 
(Survey made 10th April, 1819). Gothcr Mann, Captain, Commanding Royal 
Engineers. Copy. J. G. C, 16th April, 1835. S. P. Kurd, S.G. Certified as a 
true copy. T. G. "W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 23|- x 19. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1571. Ackerman's Authentic Plan of Navy Island, the Village of Chippewa and the 
Niagara River, with the Principal objects of Interest in the Vicinity of the 
Seat of War in Upper Canada. From actual survey, 1838. London. Published 
6th Feby., 1838, by E. Ackerman, at his Eclipse Sporting Gallery, 191 Eegent St. 

Coloured print. S. 

1572. Trade of Chippewa Harbour. 1841. 

Scale, 100 feet per inch. 14i x 14|. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1573. Welland Canal — Plan of the Harbour at Chippewa. Shewing its condition in 
May, 1844, the improvements executed during that season, and those which will 
hereafter be required to render the harbour safe and easy of access. With report 
on the works done and necessary, by S. Power, Eng., C.W. December 24th, 1844. 

Scale, 100 feet per inch. 21 x 16i 

Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

1574. Chippawa. Plan of Military Reserve, Content called 15 Acres, which appears 
to be exclusive of the Island formed by the Canal, containing about six acres 
more. No. 14. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Eoyal Engineer, Canada, 26th 
October, 1850. E. J. Pilkington, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 100 feet to -| of an inch. 15i x 12. 
Coloured Rtho. 0. 

1575. Plan of the Mill Site, prayed for by Benjamin Hardison, James Macklem 
and John Fanning. Shewing the land between the bridge at Chippewa Creek and 
Bridgewater Mills. W. Chewett, Senr., Survyr. & Draughtsman. 

Scale, 3 chains to 1 inch. 33 x 13. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1576. Chippawa. Plan shewing the Boundaries as marked on the Ground, of the 
Land belonging to the Ordnance at Chippawa in the Townships of Stamford and 
Willoughby, County of Welland, Canada West, as surveyed by Mr. F. F. Pass- 
more, Provincial Land Surveyor, in the month of August, 1851. Description. 
Table of contents ; Eef erences. Approval of Proprietors. Matthew Donahoe, Chain 
hearer. F. F. Passmore, Provincial Land Surveyor, Toronto, April 12th, 1852. 
Verified by Lieut. Crease, E.E., Berdoe A. Wilkinson, Lieut. E.E., 22nd July, 



193 

1853. Nelson Walker, Surveyor and Draftsman, El. Engrs. Dept., 22 July, 1853. 
Alex. Gordon, Lieut. Colonel, District Commandg. Koyal Engineer, Canada 
West, 28tli July, 1853. M. C. Dixon, Colonel Commandg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 
12th Sept. 1853. Compared with the duplicate on record in the Commandg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Montreal, 1st Sept., 1853. Chas. Walkem, Surveyor and 
draftsman. 

Scale, two_ chains to an inch. 57j x 26J. 

Coloured 5lS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1577. Diagram of the Township of Clifton, with note explanatory of Crown and 
Clergy Reserves. 1799. 

Scale of 80 chains to one inch, llf x 14^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1578. Map of part of the Cobalt Area, District of Nipissing, Ontario, Canada, By 
Willet G. Miller and Cyril W. Knight. To accompany report by W. G. Miller, 
in Sixteenth Report of Bureau of Mines, 1907. Hon. F. Cochrane, Minister of 
Lands, Forests and Mines. Sections. 

Scale, one inch=400 feet, Visoa. 55 x 54. 
Coloured litho. 

1579. Cobnrg Harbour. Proposed Extension for Harbour of Refuge. Examined 
June, 1873. R. C. Douglas. 

Scales, Vertical, 20 feet to inch; Sections, longitudinal, 200 feet to inch. 
Plan, 4 chains to inch. 26i x 21i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1580. Harbour of Coburg. Surveyed in October, 1873, by C. E. Michaud, William 
Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 

Scale, %2oo, 100 feet to an inch. 38 x 30|. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1581. Plan of Cockburn Island, 1833. 9| x 8. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1582. Plan of CoUingwood Harbour in the Township of ISTottawasaga. O. S. and H. 
R. R. With note. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 18| x 6|. 
Original, partly coloured. 

1583. CoUingwood. Plan shewing position of the New Breakwater, 1874. Ottawa, 
16th May, 1877. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. Surveyed in October, 
1874, by Alan Macdougall, Asst. Eng. Note. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. ^Y. 
Scale, %oo. 36 x 49*. 

1584. Chart of CoUingwood Harbour, Lake Huron. Table of explanation. To 
accompany Report. Fred. Cumberland, Chief Engineer, Toronto, February, 1853. 

Survey made in October and November, 1852. 
Scale of 10 chains, or 660 feet to an inch. 37| x 24|. 
Original. W. 

1585. A Sketch of part of the Township of Cornwall, shewing an undetermined 
Gore; submitted for the inspection of the Surveyor General as part of No. 22/a 
in the 2nd Concession, by Wm. Browne, D.S., 1823. With remarks. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 7| x 10. 
Original. 8. , 

1586. Sketch by Capt. Baddeley of the site for a Blockhouse to defend the Corn- 
wall Canar Works, suggested by Capt. Phillpotts, 13th July, 1839. 27 J x 20|. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 
233—13 



194 

1587 Sketch of the Road between Cornwall and Hawkeshury. Lt. Col. Fanshawe, 
Rl. Engrs.; W. Deni&on, Lt. El. Engrs., about June, 1828. With a pencilled 
table of distances. 

Scale, I of an inch to one mile. 20 x 18^. _ _ . 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1588. Cornwall Canal. Survey for projected feeder from the St. Lawrence via Hoo- 

ple's Creek and Sand Bridge Gully. Issued with report of 1889. 
Scale, 800 feet to an inch. 275 x Til. 
Coloured litho. ^Y. 

1589. Topographical Map, Ontario-Quehec, Cornwall Sheet. No. 17. Department 
of Militia and Defence, 1909. Geographical Section of General Staff. No. 2197. 

Scale, %3360 or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 29i x 24i. 

1589^^. Cramahe. Plan of the Eesurvey and Correction of the western side Line of 
the Township of Cramahe by order of Thomas Eidout, Esquire, Surveyor General, 
by Eichard Birdsall, Deputy Surveyor. Asphodel, 25th Nov., 1824. Shews the 
western Boundary of No. 36 Murray and corrected Eastern side line of the Town- 
ship of Cramahe. With a note. Thos Eidout, Sur. General. Copy. Surveyor 
General's Office, York, 18th December, 1824. 

Scale, forty chains to an inch. 33§ x 26i 

Partly coloured MS. copy. 8. 

1590. Credit River Reserve. Copy of Plan exhibited at Sale. 11th Feby., 1833. 
On Peter Adamson s memorial. 9i x 13i. 

1591. Sketch of the Water Communication between Crow lake and Deer Bay. 

Scale, one mile to an inch. 39 x 26^. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1592. Sketch of the Water Communication between Crow Lake and Deer Bay. 

Copy from Capt. M'Aulay's Sketch by J. G. C. 
Scale, one mile to one inch. 30| x 20. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1593. Map of Dalhousie District, computed from the most accurate Surveys by 
Donald Kennedy, District Surveyor. Bytown, February 3rd, 1843. Willis and 
Probst, Litho., i Wall St., N. York. With a statistical table of the district. 

Scale, 4-1- inches to 6 miles. 24 x 34. 
Coloured litho. 

1594. The Township of Darlington (tapper Canada). A chequered plan, designed 
to accommodate Eleven Townships on the North Shore of Lake Ontario, whose 
base lines were run in 1791. Each, 9 miles in front, by 12 miles in depth, 
exclusive of their broken fronts, laid out into farm lots, of 200 acres each, being 
20 chains in front, by 100 in depth, with an allowance of one chain between every 
other lot; shewing in what manner two-sevenths of the land may be reserved for 
the Government and Clergy. The lots coloured Crimson shew the Eeserves. D. W. 
Smith, Actg. Surveyor General. Endorsed, — In Lt. Gov. Simcoe's No. 17 of the 
16th Sept., 1793. (2). 12 x 21 J. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1595. Map of Darlington Harbour. Surveyed 1874. Wm. Kingsford, Engineer in 
Charge; Geo. L. Bouchier, Oct. 2nd, 1875. 

Scale, 1/1200. 231 x 6|. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 



1596. Darlington Harbour, Plan of Dredging. Note. Ottawa, 1st July, 1875. 
William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 39| x 31|. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1597. Part of Derby shewing particularly lots 17 and 18 in 3rd con. and east half of 
16 in 6th con. as desired to be purchased by C. Eankin. 1847. 

Scale, 40 e. to an inch. 15-| x 9|. 
Original, uncoloured MS. P. 

1598. Sketch of the Straits of St. Mary between Lake Huron and Lake Superior 

by A. Price, Lieut. Kyi. Engrs., 1815. No. 42. Channels of the Detour. This 
sketch is laid down from the bearings of the Principal points and computed dis- 
tances, excepting a few^ places which have been more particularly surveyed. Alex. 
Price, Lt. Royal Engrs. 

Scale, about 3 miles to 11 inches. 33i x 24. 

Copy of the chart accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report on com- 
munications, 1816. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1599. Detroit. See also Fort Detroit. 

1600. La Riviere du Detroit, Depuis le Lac Sainte Claire, jusqu'au Lac Erie. Plan 

du Fort du Detroit. 

Echelle de deux lieues communes^2i pouces Anglais. 12| x 8-J. 
Coloured plan from Le Petit Atlas Maritime, Par le Sr Pellin, Ingenieur de 
la Marine, 1764. 

1601. Plan of the Entrance of the River from Lake Erie to Detroit, Quebec 6th 
Dec, 1788. Gother Mann, Capt. Commg. Eoyl. Engr. 

.Scale, 600 yards to an inch. 2U x 37i 
Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1602. Plan of the Entrance of the River from Lake Erie to Detroit. Quebec, 6th 
Dec, 1788. Gother Mann, Capt. and Commandg. El. Engr. Enclosed in Lord 
Dorchester's Letter No. 58, Quebec, 24th October, 1790. Shewing the proposed 
Town (of Maiden), Isle aux Bois Blanc, &c 

Scale, 600 yards to an inch. 214 x 36|. 
MS. copy from Q series. 

1603. Plan Topographique du Detroit, et des Eaux qui forment la junction du Lac 
Erie avec le Lac St. Clair. Dressee pour I'intelligence des Voyages du Gal. 
Collor, dans cette partie du continent en 1796. Photographic d'un Plan existant 
aux Archives du Depart, des Cartes et Plans de la Marine (Enregistre, Porte- 
feuille No. 61, Piece 39). 12^ x 15|. 

Photo from Atlas F. 

1604. Plan of the Government Premises at Detroit, 1792. 

Scale, 120 feet to an inch. 19| x 16-}. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1605. Plan of Ground at Mouth of Detroit River. Capt. Wm. Mayne, 8th Sept., 1796. 
Endorsed Plan of a Township at mouth of Detroit Eiver, in Capt. Mayne's, 8th 
Sept., '96. 

Scale, 4 Gunters chains, or 88 yards to one inch. 18} x 12. 
Original, shaded MS. from C series. 

1606. Plan of part of the Entrance of the Streights from Lake Erie leading to 
Detroit, shewing the Situations for Buildings ordered to be erected. 1796. En- 
dorsed E. In Lord Dorchester's No. 57 to the Duke of Portland. Eeferences. 
233—13} 



196 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 24 x 20|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1607. Detroit. — Prior to the Fire of June 11, 1805. Prepared by G. M. Burton, 
Wayne County Abstract Office. From Official Eecords. R. J. Mackay, draughts- 
man. Copyrighted, 1889. PhotoGravure Co., N.Y. 14 x 22. 

TJncoloured photo-gravure from Atlas F. 

1608. Detroit Frontier to the Head of Lake St. Clair, 1815. No. 23. Copy. E. E. 
Vidal. From the map accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report on Com- 
munications, 1816, now in the Colonial Office. 24i x 19^. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1609. Eye Sketch of the Coast from the Detroit River to the River Thames and 
Chenail ecarte to the River St. Clair, also up Big Bear River. J. Harris. Copy. 
E. E. Vidal. No. 27B. 1815. From the original chart accompanying Commodore 
Sir E. Owen's Eeport, 1816. 21| x 12. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1610. Sketch of part of the Township of Dover. Surveyor General's Office, Mon- 
treal, 3rd September, 1844. A true copy, Thomas Parke, Survr. General. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 17 x 10|. 
Partly coloured MS. copy. P. 

1611. Sketch of part of Dover East. 1802. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 16i x 10. 
Original, uncoloured MS. P. 

1612. Plan and Section of a Block-house proposed to be built at Drummond's Island. 

Engineer's Office, Quebec, Nov. 19, 1818. No. 14. 

Scale of 6 feet to an inch. 22 x 16|. 

Original, uncoloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector Gen- 
eral of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1613. Project for the Permanent Defence of the Harbour situated at the South 
Western extremity of Manitoulin Island and contiguous to the Detour, Lake 
Huron. Surveyed and projected by II. R. Payne, Captn. Rl. Engrs., July, 1815. 
With Capt. Payne's Report upon the New Port on Lake Huron, accompanied with 
Plans dr. August, 1815. With notes and references added later. 

Part of the Western Manitoulin Island now Drummond's Island. Quebec, 
24th June, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Rl. Engineers. True copy. Engineers 
Drawing Room, Quebec, John B. Duberger, Royl. Engr. Sur. &c. 

This plan is Duberger's copy with notes added by Col. Nicolls. 

Scale, 270 yards to an inch. 19 x 25. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the Inspector 
General of Fortifications. 0. 

1614. Rough Sketch shewing the Situations of all the Buildings at Drummond's 
Island, exclusive of the Town. With references. Copy. Royal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, April 26th, 1819. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 20 x 16. 
Single coloured MS. from C series. 

1615. Sough Sketch shewing the situation of all the buildings at Drummond Island, 
exclusive of the Town. References. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engrs., 
Canada. Copy. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sept. 24th, 1823. Plate 1, No. 
33. H.H. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 20f x 16. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 



197 

1616. Sketch of Duffin's Creek on Lake Ontario, by T. CtiUingswortli, 1815. No. 9. 
Accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 17| x 21^. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1617. Diagram of the Township of Dunham. With notes. I certify the above to be 
a true copy from the Original. — Samuel Holland, Survr. Genl. Surveyor General's 
Office, Quebec, 18th Feby., 1796. lOi x 15i. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1618. Topographic Map. Ontario. Dunnville Sheet. Intelligence Branch, Depart- 
ment of ]\[.:litia and Dcfo]!. o. J 006 Topographical Section, General Staff, No. 
2197. Ontario, 79° 30'— 42° 45' Dunnville Sheet, No. 5. With explanations. 

Scale, %336o or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 29| x 25|. 
Coloured MS. M. 

1619. Tracing of part of Mr. Hambly's Plan of the Township of Dunwich. Crown 
Lands Department, Montreal, 5th July, 1845. With notes and instructions. 16| 
X lOf. 

Original partly coloured MS. P. 

1620. Tracing of part of Mr. B. Springer's Plan of the Township of Dunwich. 

With notes. Crown Lands Department, Montreal, 5th July, 1845. 16| x 9|. 
Partly coloured MS. copy. *S'. 

1621. Part of the Township of East Gower. 1855. 14| x 9^. 

Original uncoloured MS. P. 

1622. Map of the Town of Elgin, Johnstown District, Canada West. Surveyed by 
James West, Provl. Land Surveyor. Civil Engr. & District Surveyor, Eastern 
District. Matthews, Litho. With explanation. 214 x 33|. 

Uncoloured print . S. 

1623. Postal Map of the Counties of Elgin, Lambton and Middlesex, Ontario, 
Canada. L. F. A. Maingy, Draughtsman, Post Office Dept., Ottawa. 1st July, 

1878. 

Scale, 6 miles to one inch. 16| x 12^. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1624. Plan of the front of Lot No. 18 in the first Concession of the Township of 
Elizabethtown, by John Booth, Depy. PI. Surveyor, BrockviUe, 18th August, 1832. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 12 x 14J. 
Original uncoloured MS. S. 

1625. Erie District. See also Fort Erie and Lake Erie. 

1626. Part of Erie District. Index No. 16. I do hereby certify that the Piece of 
Land (aaaa) containing 405 arpents, equal 332^ of the Statute Acres of England, 
is surveyed and bounded exactly conformable to the Title of J. B. Fere, bearing 
date at the Land Board of Hesse, 17th August, 1792, and also conformable to the 
original survey made the 16th May, 1794 by P. McNiff, Crown Surveyor. T. 
Smith, 23rd May, 1798. To all whom it may concern. Endorsed — See Surveyor 
General's Eeport on J. B. Fere's petition, Nov. 3rd, 1798. 

Les echelles, chains de Gunter d'Angleterre=un pouce pour vingt chains. 
Les echelles, arpents du Canada:=un pouce pour sept. 14 x 12i. 
Coloured MS. copy. 8. 

1627. Plan of the Township of Ernestown. Contains notes of comparison with the 
Quebec Plan, the Aitkin Plan, and a plan supposedly by Qr. Mr. Dace. 13 x 29|. 

Original. S. 



198 

Postal Map of the Counties of Essex and Kent in the Province of Ontario. 
L. r. A. Maingy, Draughtsman, Post Office Department, Ottawa, 1st July, 1878. 
References. 

Scale, 6 miles to one inch. 16J x 12|. 
ITncoloured litho. 

1629. Fighting Island. Plan shewing Military Reserve, content about 1,200 acres. 
No. 30. With descriptive note. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Ryl. Engineers, 
Canada, 26th October, 1850. Copy. W. F. Lambert, Lieut. El. En^-s. 

Scale, 1,000 feet to | of an inch. 15i x 12. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

1630. Chart of the Fishing Islands, lake Huron. Extension Survey, Ontario, Sim- 
coe and Huron R.R., 1853. Notes. Surveyed in June, 1853, by Sand'd. Fleming, 

Scale, 12 chains to one inch. 41f x 25. 
Original. W. 

1631. Plan of part of Flamborough West and Ancaster, shewing the Desjardins 
Canal from the Basin to Begue's Island. 35i x 19|. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1632. Plan of Part of Lots Number Nineteen and Twenty in the First Concession 
of Flamborough West, By H. McMahon, P.L.S. With a report on the survey 
attached. 1846. 34 x 23*. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1633. Township of Flos. H. Bonnycastle, del. S. 0. Taxwell, lithr.. City of 
Toronto, U.C, 1834. lYJ x Hi 

ITncoloured litho. 8. 

1634. Plan of the Townships of Flos, Oro, Vespra, Innisfil, Essa, Tosorontio, Mul- 
mur, Nottawasaga, and Sunnidale, with notes on distances and modes of trans- 
portation. Survr. General's Office, York, IT. C, 1833. S. O. Taxwell, Litho 
19i X 131. 

ITncoloured litho. S. 

1635. Sketch shewing- the relative position of Lot 27 in 9th Concession in the Town- 
ship of Flos, 1848. No. 1177. To accompany the Comg. El. Engr's. Letter to the 
Inspector General of Fortifications, dated 16th Nov., 1848. Copy, C. A. Lan- 
caster, Draughtsman; W. C. E. Holloway, Colonel Comg. El. Engr., D.E. 845. 
With notes by S. B. Hewlett. Hi x 15. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1636. Fort Chippawa. See also Chippawa. 

1637. Plan shewing the situations and dimensions proposed for building lots for Mer- 
chants and Traders, in the King's reserved lands at Fort Chippawa in Upper 
Canada. (Signed) Gother Mann, Capn. Commandg. El. Engrs., Quebec, 30th 
June, 1798. Approved, (Signed) Eobt. Prescott. 

Scale of one chain to f inch. 20 x 15J. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1638. Fort Detroit. See also Detroit. 

1639. Fort de Detroit et ses Environs. 1768. With explanatory notes. 101 x 14. 

Coloured MS. copy from B series. 

1640. Fort Erie. See also Erie district and Lake Erie. 



199 

1641. Plan of Fort Erie, and surroundings, shewing the sites of the old and proposed 
forts, surveyed lots, &c. 1794. With a section. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 21i- x 14i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and of 
the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1642. Plan of a Canal between Fort Erie and Waterloo. By Thos. Roy. With a 
section of the line of Canal as originally laid out. 

Scale of distance, 400 feet to 1 inch; scale of elevation, 24 feet to 1 inch. 
39 X 26i. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1643. Plan shewing the Situation and Dimensions proposed for Building Lots for 
Merchants and Traders on the King's Reserved Land at Fort Erie in the Province 
of Upper Canada, (Signed) Gother Mann, Col. Commg. El. Engrs., Quebec, 30th 
June, 1Y98. Approved. (Signed) Robt. Prescott. By order of the Commander 
in Chief. (Signed) James Green, My. Secy. 

Scale, J inch for one chain. 20J x 16|. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1644. Plan of the Situation of Fort Erie, with the New Works and Buildings pro- 
posed. Vide Report of this date. Submitted by Gother Mann, Col. Commandg. 
Rl. Engr., Quebec, 1st August, 1803. With section. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 15^ x 20i-. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1645. Plan of the country round Fort Erie, shewing the retrenchments, &c., thrown 
up by the Enemy in August, 1814. Position, 8th August, 1814. Ph. Hughes, 
Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engr. With a letter to Lt. Genl. Mann, dated Montreal 7th 
Oct., 1814. With references. 

Scale, 1 foot to a mile. 21 x 14:|. 

Original, uncoloured MS. bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1646. Fort Erie— as left by the Enemy. Samuel Romilly, Cap. Rl. Engr. Com. 11 

Nov., 1814. 12-1 X 8. 

Uncoloured sketch from C series. 

1647. Fort Erie Anchorage. No. 41. Sketch of Fort Erie Roadstead, the Commence- 
ment of Lake Erie with the soundings, shoals, &c. From the Original chart accom- 
panying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report on inland navigation, 1816. Copy, 

_ E. E. Vidal. 

Scale, 4 mile to an inch. 17 x 12. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1648. Plan and Description of a Lot of Land to contain Forty-five acres laid out on 
the Military Reserve at Fort Erie, granted to Dy. Asst. Comy. Genl. Stanton, 
by Lieutenant General Sir Gordon Drummond. Henry Vavasour, Cap. Comg. 
Rl. Engr., Niagara Frontier. Fort George, 20th Jany., 1817. (A true copy). 
Wm. Stanton, D.A.C.Gl. 7f x 12|. 

Uncoloured MS. P. 

1649. Fort Erie. Plan of British Attack, 1818. Royal Engineers Drawing Room, 
Quebec 31st January, 1818. A. Walpole, L. R. Engr. E. W. Dumford, Lt. Col. 
Comg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 17-| x lOf. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1650. Plan of the Encroachments on the Military Reserve at Fort Erie. Niagara 
April, 19th, 1819. A. Walpole. L.R.E. Henry Vavasour, Capt. Comg. Royal 
Engineer, W. F. 



200 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 161 x 20*. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1651. Map of Fort Erie Reserve. Shewing Grant of Land to Deputy Asst. Com. 
Genl. Stanton, 20th July, 1819. 5§ x 7|. 

TJncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

1652. The Military Reserve at Fort Erie. Niagara, April 16th, 1819. Henry Vava- 
sour, Capt. Commg. Eyl. Engineer, W. F. Shews the American lines, &c. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 31^ x 20|. 
Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

1653. A Sketch shewing the position of the Government Buildings at Fort Erie. 

(With references). Plate 1 No. 27. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. Sept. 24th. 1823. 

Scale, 40 yards to one inch. 16| x lOJ. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing th(> Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1654. Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commissariat Store at Fort Erie. Plate 2. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. Sept. 24th, 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16^ x 10. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1655. Plan of the Reserve at Fort Erie. Plan No. 3. No. 2 copy, J. G. Chewett, 
S. G. Office, 10th May, 1836. To accompany the Eeport of the Commanding Eoyal 
Engineer to His Excellency the Lieut Governor of Upper Canada on the subject 
of the Military Eeserve, dated 18th July, 1836. G. Nicolls, Colonel Co. El. Engr., 
Canada. Note. — This Eeserve is upon the plan of the Niagara Eiver, J. G. C. 
Copy, P. J. Bainbrigge, Lt. El. E., 12th July, 1836. 

Scale 70 chains to one inch. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1656. Plan of the Reserve, Fort Erie. No. 2 copy. 1837. Certified as a true copy. 
T. G. W. Eaststafl^, Draughtsman. Note. — This reserve is upon the Plan of the 
Niagara Eiver. 

Scale, 40 chains to 1 inch. 12| x 13. 

Coloured MS. copy bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1657. Fort Erie. No. 13. Plan of , the Military Reserve. Content called 1,000 acres. 
Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Eyl. Engineer, Canada, 26th October, 1850. E. J. 
Pilkington, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 1,000 feet to f inch. 151 x 12. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

1658. Fort Erie, C. W. — Plan of the Military Reserve shewing all the Houses 
thereon, and the quantity of laud attached to each, &c., as called for by Colonel 
Vavasour's order dated 19th November, 1850. Eeferences, memorandum. Henry 
Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada, 8th March, 1851. Alex Gordon, 
Captain, Dist. Comg. El. Engr., C. W. Kingston, 23rd Dec, 1850. Copy. J. 
Nightingale, 18th Nov., 1857. 

Scale, 6 chains to an inch. 291 x 28f. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General and Board of Ordnance 
stamps. 0. 

1659. Fort Erie. Plan shewing the Boundaries as marked on the ground of the 
Military Reserve belonging to the Ordnance at Fort Erie, Township of Bertie 
and County of Welland, Canada West, as surveyed by Mr. F. F. Passmore, Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyor, in the months of May, June and July, 1852. Contents, 



201 

References and Description; also approval of proprietors. F. F. Passmore, Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyor, Toronto, Oct. 3, 1853. Alex. Gordon, Lt. Colonel, Dist. 
Commandg. Royal Engineer, 15tli April, 1854. W. R. Ord, Colonel Cg. Rl. Engrs., 
Canada, 12tli April, 1855. Verified by Berdoe A. Wilkinson, Lieut. R. E., 3rd 
October, 1853. Compared and assimilated with the duplicate plan kept on record 
in the Office of the Commandg. Royal Engineer in Canada. Chas. Walkem, Sur- 
veyor and draftsman, Hd. Quarters Rl. Engrs. Office. Montreal, 19th March, 1855. 

Scale of five chains or 330 feet to an inch. 57 x 30i. 

Single coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1660. Topographic Map, Ontario, Fort Erie Sheet. Department of Militia and De- 
fence, 1907. Topographical Section, General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario 78° 45'— 
42° 50'. Fort Erie Sheet, No. 7. With notes and references. 

Scale, %336o or 1 inch to 1 mile. 17^ x 24. 
Coloured litho. M. 

1661. Fort George. See also Niagara. 

1662. Buildings at Fort George. With T. WaU^er's letter, 9th Sept., 1817. 6| x 9^. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1663. Plans of the encroachments on the Military Reserve at Fort George. With 
notes. A. Walpole, L.R.E.; Henry Vavasour, Capt. Comg. Ryl. Engineer, W. F. 
1819. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 20^ x 161. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1664. Fort George. Henry Vavasour, 5th Jan., 1819. 

Scale, 100 yards to an inch, llf x 6|. 
Original partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1665. Plan, Section and Elevation of a Building late of the Indian Department now 
fitting up for an Hospital and Surgeon's Quarters for the use of the Garrison. 
Fort George, Nov. 14th, 1822. (In two parts). 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. Part 1, 18 x 12|. Part 2, 12 x 6|. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1666. At Detroit— Plan of Fort L'Arnaud as it is repaired at this present date, 1812. 
With references and a note on the condition of the works. J. B. Duberger, Jr. 
Fort L'Arnaud at Detroit surrendered to Major General Isaac Brock, 16th August, 
1812. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 15i x 22. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1667. Fort Pontchartrain, et Village des Huroris, et ses environs. 

Echelle de dix arpents=2| pouces. 24 x 191. 
Uncoloured MS. copy of a plan in Paris. 

1668. Survey and Protraction of a part of Frederiksburg. Surveyed in January, 
1798, by Alex. Aitken, Dep. Surveyor. With explanation. D. W. Smith, A.S.G. 

By scale of 40 chains in one inch. 
n X 22. 

Original coloured MS. 8. 

1669. Topographical Plan of part of the French River by A Murray, Assistant 
Provl. Geologist, 1854-55-56 and 1857. G. Matthews. Litho., Montreal, Sheet 9. 
Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, F.R.S. Director. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 33 x 23. 
Uncoloured litho. 



202 

1670. Sketch of the Garrison of Gananoque and Parts adjacent, July 14tli, 1815. 
With a list oi Government Building-s, Barrk. Dept., Commr. Dept. and Private 
Buildings. 19 x 14|. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1671. Plan of the Township of Geneva. Endorsed, Lake Geneva Township, Old 
Maps. 121 X 8. 

Original partly coloured MS. S. 

1672. Plan shewing position and mode of construction of proposed works at Goderich 
Harbour, Lake Huron. Details of crib work, 8 ft. to an inch. Engineers Office, 
Department of Public Works, Ottawa, 5th November, 1870. John Page, Chief 
Engr., P. Works. Plan exhibited at Ottawa at time of letting, J. Page, George 
Harvey, Ignace Kermann. Witness, A. Poirier. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 45 x 27. 
Original. W. 

1673. Map of Goderich Harbour, Lake Huron. William Kingsford, Engineer in 
charge; V. Valiquet, Delt. Examination, 1879. Soundings taken April 23rd and 
26th, 1879, by John Paul, Supt. 

Scale, 1/1200=100 feet to an inch. 281 x 23^. 

Office copy, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1674. Plan of Gore District, shewing the South Talbot Road, Welland Canal, and 
Feeder and Six Nation Reserve. 10 x 8i. 

Original uncoloured MS., undated, unsigned. S. 

1675. Plan shewing the several subdivisions of a tract of Land originally Leased by 
the Late Captain Joseph Brant agent for the Six Nation Indians to Epaphras 
Lord Phelps for the term of 999 years. Situate in the second and third ranges 
of lots east of the Mount Pleasant Road in the Township of Braritford in the 
District of Gore. 

Surveyed by Lewis Burwell, Dy. Surveyor. Brantford, 26th November, 1835. 
Duplicate dated the 20th June, 1837. With a note. 
Scale, 20 c. to one inch. 81 x 12. 
Coloured MS. P. 

1676. Plan shewing the Lands granted to the Six Nations Indians, situated on 
each side of the Grand River, or Ouse, commencing on Lake Erie and con- 
taining about 674,910 acres. Copy. J. G. C. With an extract from the Deed of 
Feoffment, 7 Dec, 1792. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 21 x 22. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1677. Sketch of Grand River, Lake Erie, by Capt. W. F. W. Owen and of Mohawk 
Bay, by Commodore Sir E. Owen, 1815. No. 17. Copy. E. E. Vidal. Accom- 
panying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, with notes. 

191 X 585. 

Copy from Q series. . , 

1678. Running Sketch of Grand River with Mohawk Bay, Lake Erie. No. 18. 
Copy. E. E. Vidal. Accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1815. 
62i X 18. 

From Q series. 

1679. Grand River Entrance, by Messrs. Harris and Vidal, Marine Surveys Depart- 
ment, under Capt. W. F. W. Owen, R.N., November, 1815. Lake Erie. Quebec, 
24th June, 18i6. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. El. Engineers, Royal Engineers Drawing 
Room, Quebec, 24th June, 1816. J. B. Duberger, R. My. S. D. 



203 

Scale of yards, 100=li inches. 21 x 16*. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1680. Plan of a Sketch of the Grand River and Bay with the Soundings. Scale, 
10 chains to an inch. 

Plan of a sketch from Fort Erie along the North Shore of Lake Erie round 
Long Point to where it joins the main land. With the soundings. Niagara, 28th 
August, 1793. W. Chewett. In. Lt. Gov. Simcoe's despatch (No. 18) of 20th 
Sept., 1793. Vol. 279. " Upper Canada." 

Scale of one mile to one inch. 85 x 36. 

1681. Land between Grande River and Lake Erie, shewing the Townships. 15| xl9. 

Uncoloured MS., unsigned, undated. S. 

1682. Plan of the Grand River and Location of 6 Nations of Indians, as found 
settled by the Kev. Et. Lugger, February, 20th, 182S. Lake, Token-house Yard. 
This map embraces the country from Davis's Hamlet and the School by Methodists 
for Whites above Brantford to the mouth. 

Scale, 2 British miles to one inch. 15 x 9|. 
Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1683. Plan shewing the Relative Situation of Four Thousand Acres of Land 
(coloured green) situated on the east side of the Grand River surrendered and 
yielded up by the Six Nation Indians to His Majesty for the purpose of being 
Eegranted to William Dickson, Esq., 10th January, 1818. 

Scale, 5 miles to an inch. 16 x 9|. 
Partly coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1684. A Plan of part of the Grand River, on which Messrs. Nelleses, Youngses and 
Huff's lands are situate. By Samuel Ryckman, Depty. P. Sui-veyor, 3rd April, 
1818. 

Protracted from a scale of 80 chains to an inch. 12| x 1^|. 
Original, partly coloui:ed MS. from C series. 

1685. Mouth of the Grand River. Plan 1. J. E. Portlock, Lieut. Eoyal Engineers. 
Conmmanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, March 1, 1820. J. Jebb, for Eoyal 
Engineer Commanding. 

Scale, 800 links, or 176 yards to an inch. 31 x 20. 
MS. from C series. 

1686. Lower Rapids on the Grand or Ouse River. Plan 2. J. E. Portlock, Lieut. 
Eoyal Engineers. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, March 9, 1820. 
J. Jebb, for Com. E. Engr. (Copy). 

Scale, 800 links or 176 yards to an inch. 107 x 26. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

1687. Grand River— Survey of Ground and Plan of Redoubt for the Protection of 
a Naval Depot. Four Maps or Plans, original coloured MS., bearing the stamps 
of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a — A survey of the ground with the differences of level to the extent of 1,000 
yat^s around a site on the eastern bank of the Eiver Ouse, distant 18 miles from 
its mouth. Proposed to be occupied by a large sized Eedoubt for the protection 
of a Naval Depot. Notes. J. Walpole, Lieut. E. Engineers, 21 August, 1827. 
Upper Canada. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, 
Col. Comg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 40 x 30. 

6 — ^Plan of the proposed Eedoubt. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 37 x 26. 



204 

c — Plan of Redoubt. (See preceding plans.) 
d — Plan of tHe Upper Floor of the Redoubt. 
Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 27 x 19. 

1688. Plan shewing the Lands granted to the Six Nation Indians, situated on each 
side of the Grand River, or Ouse, commencing on Lake Erie, containing about 
674,910 acres. Surveyor General's Office, York, 2nd Feby., 1821. Thos. Ridout, 
Surveyor General. 

Scale, four miles to an inch. 17 x 22. 
. Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1689. Plan shewing the Lands Granted to the Six Nations Indians, situated on each 
side Grand River or Ouse. Commencing on Lake Erie, containing about 674,910 
acres. Thos. Ridout, Surveyor General, Surveyor Genl. Office, York, 2nd Feby., 
1821. 

Scale, four miles to an inch. 18 x 23. 
Single coloured MS. from Q series. 

1690. Sketch of the mouth of the Grand Kiver (or River Ouse), with soundings on 
Lake Erie. Surveyor General's Office, Toronto, U.C., 25th April, 1835. Copy. 
Henry Lizars, S. P. Hurd, S.G. Certified as a true copy. P. J. Bainbrigge, Lt. 
Royl. Engrs., 25 July, 1856. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1691. Plan of a Township on the Grand River. 1836. 20 x 16^ 

Original MS., unsigned. P. 

1692. Sketch shewing the situation of two parcels of land first leased by the Chief 
Jacob Johnson to John Lovejoy, and now owned and claimed by the said John 
Lovejoy under lease from Joseph Brant to the said Jacob Johnson, containing in 
one parcel 195 acres more or less and in the other 34 acres more or less, by Lewis 
Burwell, Dy. Surveyor. Brantford, 11th October, 1836. 16| x 13^. 

Original coloured MS. P. 

1693. Description of Harbour at Mouth of Grand River or Port Maitland, Lake 
Erie. 8 x 13. 

Original coloured MS. 8. 

1694. Plan of Watershed of the Ouse. Drawn by Absalom Shade of Dumfries, from 
the information of travellers who have explored this part of the Province. 

Scale, 5 miles to an inch. 20J x 20|. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1695. Plan of Grassy Island in the River Detroit opposite Lots 7 to 25 in the Petite 
Cote, Sandwich, as surveyed by A. Wilkinson, Deputy Surveyor. Sandwich, 
12th February, 1846. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 16-| x 10-|. 
Original partly coloured MS. P. 

1696. Map of the Great Lakes. York St., Oct., 1826. H. J. Castle, Litho., Toronto. 
Table of Distances. 

Scale, 30 miles=l inch. 19 J x 12i. 

Uncoloured litho., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

"1697. Map of the Great Lakes. York St., Oct., 1836. H. J. Castle, Litho.. Toronto. 
With a table of distances and notes. 



i'05 

Scale, 10 miles to -| of an inch. 22^ x 16^ 

I'lifoloured litho., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1697i. A Map of the American Lakes and Adjoining Country, the present Seat of 
"War between Great Britain and the United States. Done in part, from a Sketch 
of the late Major General Sir Isaac Brock. London. Published Jany. 2nd, 1813, 
by Luffman, 377 Strand. Price Is 6d the sheet, 2s in a case. 

Scale of miles, 50=1 inch. 16* x 8*. 

Coloured print from plate. (Purchased in London). 

1698. Map of the Counties of Grey and Bruce, Canada, by C. Eankin, P.S. January, 
1855. With a MS. note. Inset. — The Indian Peninsula, from Capt. Bayfield's 
chart. 

Scale, 200 chains per inch. 39|- x 27|. 
L^icoloured litho. S. 

1699. Postal Map of the County of Grey, Ontario, Canada. 1st July, 1878. 

Scale, 6 miles to 1 inch. 12 x 17. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1700. Topographic Map, Ontario, Grimsby Sheet. Department of Militia and De- 
fence, 1907. Topographical Section, General Stafi, No. 2197. Ontario, 79° 30^— 
43° 00' Grimsby Sheet, No. 4, With explanations. 

Scale, %3360, or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 
Coloured litho. M. 

1701. Front part of the Town of Gwyllimsbury. 

Scale of Jour chains to an inch. 36 x 16^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1702. Part of the Counties of Haldimand and Welland. Surveys between 4th- June 
and 29th August, 1867, by Captain H. M. Moorsom, Rifle Brigade. Department of 
Militia and Defence, Ottawa, March 1, 1910. Survey Division. Eeferences 
to Report. 

Scale, 1 inch to 1 mile. 24^ x 14|. 

Bears the stamp of the Quarter Master General, Horseguards, March 18, 1869. 

M. 

1703. Plan of Town Plot as laid out on lot No. four first concession north of the carry- 
ing place in the Township of Hallowell, belonging to the estate of the late Carey 
Spencer, by P. V. Elmore — Matilda Spencer's Map. 15J x 12. 

Original uncoloured MS. S. 

1704. Part of the Township of Hallowell. J. V. B. 9| x 16i. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 
Coloured MS. copy. 8. 

1705. Sketch of the Five Concessions East side of East Lake, Township of Hallow- 
well. June, 1835. P. V. Elmore. Plan for A. Weedon. Esq. 12| x 7. 

Original uncoloured MS. S. 

1706. Plan shewing a part of the West Lake Sand Beach and Fishing Ground, in the 
Township of Hallowell, surveyed at the request of Mr. Minard McDonald, by 
John O. Conger, D.P. surveyor. Hallowell, 15th April, 1848. 15f x 10. 

Original coloured MS. ;S'. 

1707. Postal Map of the Counties of Halton, Peel, Cardwell, Simcoe, York and 
Ontario, in the Province of Ontario, L. F. A. Maingy, Draughtsman, P. O. D. 
Eeferences. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 13 x 18. 
Uncoloured litho. 



206 

1708. Plan of Hamilton C. W. and Surrounding Country. Compiled and Surveyed 
by J. I-Ieriot Maitland, Capt. Eoyal Engineers, 27 October, 1862. Intelligence 
Branch, Militia Dept., Canada, Mar. 8, 1904. 312. Endorsed, 1Y4. Original 
No. 67. 

Scale, 2 inches to a mile. 29 x 27. 
Original coloured MS. M. 

1709. Ontario, Hamilton Sheet, Lincoln and Welland and portions of Halton, 
Wentworth and Haldimand Counties. Department of the Interior, Canada. 
Hon. Frank Oliver, Minister ; W. W. Cory, Deputy Minister, 1905. James "White, 
F.R.G.S. Geographer. 

Scale, 1/258000 : 3-95 milas to 1 inch. 24 x 33*. 
Coloured MS. I. 

1710. Map of the City of Hamilton. Engraved expressly for the Canadian Almanac 
for 1882. Copp, Clark and Co., Toronto. 

Scale, 12 chains to one inch. 19 x 15f. * 

Uncoloured litho. 

1711. Postal Map of the Counties of Hastings, Addington, Prince Edward and 
Lennox, Ontario, Canada. Jany. 1st, 1879. . L. F. Anstruther Maingy, Draughts- 
man, Post Office Department, Ottawa. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 16i x 25f . 
Uncoloured litho. 

1712. Topographic Map, Ontario — Quebec— Hawkeshury Sheet. Department of 
Militia and Defence, 1909. Topographical Section, General Staff, No. 2197. 
Ontario— Quebec, 74° 30'— 45° 30'. Hawkesbury Sheet No. 20. 

Scale, Vessao, or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 29| x 24. 
Coloured litho. M. 

1713. Map of the Home and Simcoe Districts, Canada. Compiled from the Township 
Maps in the Surveyor General's- Office by C. Rankin, Esq., of the Surveyor General's 
Department. Toronto, 1st March, 1811. Miller litho. With Note. 

Scale, 200 chains to an inch. 45-^ x 39^-. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1714. A Plan of part of the District of Hesse, commencing near Point Pele on 
the north shore of Lake Erie and extending from thence along the Water's Edge 
to the entrance of Eiver Tranche on the east shore of Lake St. Clair and from the 
entrance of the said River to the second fork of the same. Delineated from actual 
Surveys made in the years 1789 and 1790, by Patrick McNiff, Deputy Surveyor. 
Remarks. (No. 25). 

Scale of Gunter's chains, 40=1 inch. 108 x 20^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1715. Map of the Home and Simcoe Districts, Canada, Compiled from the Township 
Maps in the Surveyor General's Office, by C. Rankin, Esq., of the Surveyor 
General's Department. Toronto, 1st March, 1841. With a note. Matthews, litho. 

Scale, 200 chains to an inch. 48 x 41. 
Uncoloured litho. 8. 

1716. Plan of Western Ontario, shewing Huron Reserve and Lands purchased from 
the Indians. Endorsed.— In Lieut. Gov. Simcoe's (No. 5) of 10th March, 1792. 

Scale, 50 miles=l inch. 10 x 8|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1717. Plan of the Huron Reserve shewing the purchase, with an explanation. A. 
Iredell, D.S.W.D.— July 10th, 1797. 



207 

Scale of 10 chains to an inch. 21 x 30. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1718. Plan of part of the Huron district, shewing the Purchase by the Depy. Surveyr. 
General of Lower Canada. (ISro title). Surveyor General's Office, York, U.C., 5 
June, 1811. Thos. Eidout, Surveyor General. 

Scale, four miles to an inch. 18* x 12j. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1719. Canada Company — Map of Western Ontario. Pen and Ink tracing on linen, 
of a plan puWished by C. Norey, Lithog., 310 Strand. 

Scale of Statute miles, 35=1 inch. 15 x 8f. 
MS. copy from Q series. 

1720. Lake Huron Tract belonging to the Canada Company. Printed for the use of 

Emigrants. Taxwell, Lith., Kingston, U. C, 1832. 
Scale, 12| miles=l inch. 13 x lOJ. 
Coloured litho. 8. 

1721. Part of Western Canada shewing the extent of the purchase of the 19tli 
May, 1790, from the Chippewa Indians, with the agreement signed by the Indians 
attached. 14| x 26^. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1722. Plan shewing the lands purchased by Government from the Indians (Huron 

district). J. G. Chewett, S.G.O., 13th June, 1837. Surveyor General's Office, 
Kingston, 14th July, 1843. Thomas Parke. Surv. Genl. 161 x 31*. 
Coloured MS. copy. P. 

1723. Draft of the Huron Tract belonging to the Canada Company shewing the 
Communication Roa4 from Guelph to Goderich Harbour, opened through the 
tract by the Company in the summer of 1828 and proposed by Mr. Gait as the 
Base of two Tiers of Townships. John McDonald, Dy. Surveyor, Guelph, 10th 
December, 1828. Note. 

Scale, 4 miles per inch. 25 J x 16. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1724. Map of the Huron and Ottawa Territory. Crown Lands Office, Toronto, March 
17th, 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner Crown Lands. 

Scale, four miles to one inch. 53* x 37J. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1725. Map of the Huron and Ottawa Territory. Crown Lands Office, Toronto, March 
17th, 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner of Crown Lands. 

Scale, four miles to one inch. 554 x 39*. 
L^ncoloured litho. S. 

1726. Government Map of part of the Huron and Ottawa Territory, Upper Canada. 
Compiled by Thomas Devine, F.E.G.S., &c., Head of Surveys Branch, TJ. C. 
1862-3. Department of Crown Lands, Honourable Wm. McDougall, Commissioner. 

Scale, %ic800 or 5 Statute Miles to an inch. 32f x 22. 
Coloured litho. 

1727. Government Map of part of the Huron and Ottawa Territory, Upper Canada. 
Compiled by Thomas Devine, F.E.G.S., &c.. Head of Surveys Branch, U. C. 
1863-4. Department of Crown Lands, Honourable Wm. McDougall, Commissioner. 

Scale, %i6800, or 5 miles to an inch. 33 x 21*. 
Coloured litho. 

1728. Government Map of part of the Huron and Ottawa Territory, Ontario. Com- 
piled under the direction of Thomas Devine, F.E.G.S., Deputy Surveyor General, 



203 

Ontario, 1873. Department of Crown Lands, Honourable E. W. Scott, Commis- 
sioner. 

Scale, %i6800, or 5 miles to an inch. 34 x 32. 

Coloured litho. 

1729. Map of part of the Province of Ontario, Canada, shewing the course of the 
exploration of the Huron and Ottawa Railway made by order of the Hon. the 
Minister of Public Works. By Leonard G. Bell, C.E., 1874. References. 

Scale, 20 miles to an inch. 27 x I84. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1730. Map of part of the Huron and Ottawa Territory, Ontario, shewing the dis- 
tricts of Parry Sound, Muskoka, and Nipissing, County of Haliburton, &c. 

1882. Department of Crown Lands, Honble. T. B. Pardee, Commissioner. 
Scale, 5 Statute miles to an inch. 35 x 32. 
Coloured litho. 

1731. Postal Map of the Counties of Huron, Wellington, Perth and Waterloo, 

Ontario, Canada. 1st July, 1878. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 18 x 12|. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1732. A Sketch of part of the Village of IngersoU, by W. G. Wonham, P.L.S., 1855. 

Scale, 132 feet to an inch. 15J x lOJ. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

1733. Sketch of the Island of Bois Blanc, shewing the position of the Block House 

ordered to be erected by the Comg. Royal Engineer's letter dated 15th November, 
1838. Vincent Biscoe, Cap. Royl. Engrs., Dec. 6, 1838. R. J. Barou, Miajor R. 
Engrs., Comg. W. D., 17/22/38. 

Scale, 100 yards to | inch. 17| x Hi. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1734. Plan of the Post of the Island of St. Joseph, in Lake Huron, 1823: Plate I. 
No. 34 (II). Book No. 1/34. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 
24th Sept., 1823. References. 

Scale, 200 ft.=l inch. 10^ x 161. 

Original uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1735. Part of the Island of St. Joseph. Copy. J. G. Chewitt, S. G. Office. 22nd 
July, 1837. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 225 x Hi. 
Partly coloured MS. copy. P. 

1736. St. Josephs, Plan (No. 1), shewing the Boundaries as marked on the ground 
of the Military Reserves belonging to the Ordnance on the Island of St. Joseph, 
Lake Huron, C.W., as surveyed by Mr. T. N. Molesworth during the months of 
Sept., 1853, and May and July, 1854. Table of contents. Composed and assimi- 
lated with the duplicate plan kept on record in the Offitee of the Commanding 
Royal Engineer in Canada, Chai-les Walkem, surveyor and draftsman, Hd. Quar- 
ters, Rl. Engrs., Office, Montreal, 20th March, 1855. Alex. Gordon, Lieut. Colonel, 
Dist. Commg. Rl. Engr., C. W., Kingston, 2nd October, 1854. W. R, Ord. Colonel 
Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 12 April, 1855. Verified by Berdoe A. Wilkinson, 
Lieut. R. E., 10th August, 1854. With a description of Reserves, I, II, III. IV, 
by Thomas Nepean Molesworth, Provincial Land Surveyor, 10th August, 1854. 

Scale of 5 chains or 330 feet to an inch. 52 x 30^. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 



209 

1737. St. Josephs, Plan (No. 2) shewing the Island of Biquahigong, Little Neebish 
Channel, Lake Huron, C. W. the property of the Ordnance as surveyed by Mr. 
T. N. Molesworth, Prov. Land Surveyor in the months of July and August, 1853. 
Table of contents. Thomas Nepean Molesworth, Provincial Land Surveyor, 
10th August, 1854. Verified by Berdoe A. Wilkinson, Lieut. El. Engrs., 10th 
August, 1854. W. E. Ord, Colonel, Cg. El. Engrs., 12th April, 1855. Alexander 
Gordon, Lieut. Colonel, Dist. Commd. El. Engr. Kingston, 2nd October, 1854. 
Composed and assimilated with the duplicate plan kept on record in the office of 
the Commdg. Eoyal Engineer in Canada. Charles Walkem, surveyor and drafts- 
man, Hd. Qrs. Eoyal Engrs. Office, Montreal, 24th March, 1855. 

Scale of 5 chains or 330 feet per inch. 52 x 50J. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1738. Map of St. Joseph Island, Lake Huron. Crown Lands Department, Toronto, 
August, 1856. A. E. With advertisement of sale. Notes. Drawn and litho. by 
T. Devine, C. L. O. 

Scale, one mile to one inch. 25J x 20. 
Uncoloured litho. P. 

1739. Plan of the Front of Jamestown upon the Rideau, shewing the portion of 
land wanted by Colonel By for Government use. 1829. 10 x 8. 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

1740. Plan of the Front of Jamestown upon the Rideau, shewing the portion of 
land wanted by Colonel By for Government use. 1825. Ill x 7f. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1741. Plan shewing the intended Purchase, in rear of the Settlement in the District 
of Johnstown (coloured yellow). 22nd February, 1816. 

Scale, ten miles to an inch. 12| x 7f . 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1742. Kaministiquia River, Algoma Dist., Ont. Public Works, Canada. Surveyed 
in June, 1876. This map shows the state of the work at the close of operations 
in 1878. E. BraiLset, Clerk of the Works, Feby. 8, 1879. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 110 x 36|. 
Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1743. Kaministiquia River, Algoma District, Ontario. Public Works, Canada. Eiver 
Kaministiquia, from Oliver's Mill westward to C. P. E. terminus. 136 x 41. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1744. Kaministiquia River, Algoma Dist., Ont. Public Works of Canada. Entrance 
of Eiver Kaministiquia, Thunder Bay. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 82^ x 34. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works, W. 

1745. Plan of the Kaministiquia River. Compiled from recent surveys and Bayfield's 

charts. Plan showing surveys and soundings of Lake Ellen and Nipigon Bay, 
made in connection with Canadian Pacific Eailway Survey. To accompany report 
of the Engineer in Chief, Canadian Pacific Eailway, dated January, 1874. 

Scale, 4,000 feet to an inch. 

Uncoloured litho. 

1746. Land between Kempenfeldt Bay and Notawasaga Creek. 1833. 

Scale, 4,000 feet to an inch. 8| x 10*. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1747. Plan by actual Survey of the Street of Communication between Kempenfeldt 
Bay on Lake Simcoe and Pennetengushene Harbour on Lake Huron and one 
233—14 



210 

concession on each side thereof made out at the particular request of Angus Shaw, 
Esq., agent to the North West Company, No. 34 Penetangushene Eoad. Yonge 
Street, 15th Aug., 1812. Saml. J. Wilmot, Surveyor. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 28 x 38. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1748. Topographic Map — Ontario — Kemptville Sheet. Department of Militia and 
Defence, 1908. Topographical section, General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario, 75° 30' 
— i5° 00. Kemptville sheet, No. 15. With explanations. 

Scale, %3360 or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour Interval, 25 feet. 30 x 24. 
Coloured litho. M. 

1749. Kettle Creek. An Eye Sketch. Lieut. Vidal's Journal. Alex. T. E. Vidal, 
1815. Accompanying Commodore Sir E. W. Owen's report on Internal Naviga- 
tion. Copy. E. E. Vidal. With remarks. 

Scale, about 5 inches to a mile. 9 x 14|. 
Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1750. Map of the Harbour of Kincardine, Lake Huron. Siirveyed, June, 1879. 
Surveyed by F. M. Hamel, Asst. Engr. L. E. Trudeau, del. 

Scale, %oo. 46j x 25. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. 17. 

1751. Plan of the Harbour of Kincardine, Lake Huron. No. 5. Surveyed in October, 
1868, by Thomas Munro. John Page, Chief Engr. P. Works. Soundings marked 
in red taken in 1857 by A. G. Eobinson, C.E. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 16^ x 13. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1752. Index to the Fortification Surveys round Kingston, Ontario. Endorsed, No. 
28, Kingston, as far as Simcoe Island, 1 mile to the inch. Fortification Survey. 

Scale, 1 mile to the inch. V20OO and 6 inch scales. 22-1 x 151. 
Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1753. Part of the Harbour of Kingston, shewing the position of the Shoals adjacent 
to the Town, &c. Copy. Office of Board of Works. Surveyed by F. P. Eubidge, 
Drafted by A. K. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 47^ x 28^. 
Plan bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 
Original, bearing the .stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

1754. Chart of Kingston Harbour and Entrances thereto from Lake Ontario. No. 2 
Drawn by J. Harris, Master H.M.S. Pee. Regent. 

Copy of the original chart in the Colonial Office, No. 2, accompanying the 
Report of Commodore Sir E. Owen in 1816. 

Scale, 1 nautic mile to 3J inches. 171 x 22|. 
ITncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1755. Outline of the Country from Kingston to Oliver's Ferry along the route of 
the Rideau Canal, and from Kingston to Brockville, with the roads leading upon 
the canal from the St. Lawrence ; accompanying a report of a reconnoissance made 
in pursuance of the order of the Commissioners of whom Lt. Genl. Sir James 
Kempt, K.C.B., &c., &c., &c., is President. J. Walpole, Lt. Royal Engineers, 22nd 
June, 1828. Notes, distances. 

Scale, 7i miles to an inch. 32 x 45^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnnnce and 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 



211 

1756. Kingston to Sackett's Harbour, Entrance to the River. No. 1. 1815. En- 
dorsed No. 1. Report in letter 82. Copy from the original chart No. 1, accompany- 
ing the Report of Commodore Owen. 19^ x 28-1. 

IJncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1757. Sketch of the Water Communication from Kingston to the Grand River. 

Original map shewing in addition to the St. Lawrence, the Country between the 
St. Lawrence and Ottawa with the roads cut in 1814 and 1816 and projected roads. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 20^ x 16^. 

Original coloured manuscript plan. S. 

1758. Plan of the Government Reserve at Kingston Mills. Thomas Burrows, Clerk 
of the Works, Rideau Canal, IT January, 1838. With a table of levels. 

Scale, 1,000 feet to 3 inches. 26 x 214-. 

Original coloured MS. stamped R. E. Office No. 178. 0. 

1759. Cataraqui River, &c., with names of the Original Grantees of Land. Copy 
from the Diagram received from York, John Burrows, Overseer of Works (on 
Rideau Canal Construction). 23 x llf. 

1760. Plan of part of Kingston, shewing location of Hynes Building. 

Scale, tV inch=l foot. 15| x 22i-. 
Original coloured MS. 

1761. Fort de Frontenac ou KataraKouy. 13 Novbre, 1685. 

Scale, 14 Toises to one inch. 14|- x 19. 

Litho. copy from original in the Depot des Cartes et Journ. de la Marine, 
Paris, and bears the stamps of the ' Depot des Cartes et Journ. de la Marine,' and 
' Depot des Colonies Franeaises.' 

1762. Plan du Fort Frontenac, fait a Quebec ce 11 Octobre, 1726. ChaussegTos de 
Lery. 

Echelle de 30 Toises au 4 pouces. 26J x 19i. 

Coloured MS. copy from the original in the Depot des Fortifications des 
Colonies a Paris. No. d'Ordre, 523. 

1763. Plan du Fort Frontenac citue a I'Est du Lac Ontario a La Cote du nord. 

Developement du Fort. Avec Renvois. Fait a Quebec, le 11 decembre, 1738. 
Chaussegros de Lery fils. 

Echelle de 30 Toises au 4 pouces. 27 x 25|. 

Coloured MS. copy from the original in the Depot des Fortifications des 
Colonies a Paris, No. d'Ordre, 524. 

1764. Plan du Fort de Lapresentation. 1752. Sur la riviere de Katarakoui. 9 x 12. 
Print copy, bearing the stamps of the ' Depot des Colonies Frangaises ' and 
'Depot des Fortifications des Colonies.' No. d'Ordre, 526. 

1765. Surveyed by order of His Excellency General Haldimand, Governor and Com- 
mander in Chief of the Province of Quebec, &c., &c., &c. A Township or tract 
of Land of Six Miles square lying and being in the Province aforesaid situated 
on the North side of Lake Ontario, near the Ancient Fort Frontenac. (Here 

follow the details of the Survey). 

This Township hath great advantages on account of its situation, having 
Lake Ontario on its front — all the small Bays afford good Harbours for Boats, and 
the Lake abounds with great variety of excellent fish and wild fowl — the Little 
River Cataraqui is navigable for Batteaux from its entrance into the Lake to the 
Upper Boundary of the Township in which space are many proper situations for 
erecting mills. Surveyed the 27th day of October, 1783. John Collins, D.S. Genl. 
With references. 

Scale, 1 mile to 4 inches. 35| x 28|. 
■ Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 
233—141 



212 

1766. Sketch of Kingston Harbour. The Ground reserved for the purposes of Gov- 
ernment for Public Works, Buildings, ISTaval Yard, &c., is coloured yellow. Quebec, 
6th Dec, 1788. Gother Mann, Capt. and Commandg. El. Engr. Enclosure in 
Lord Dorchester's letter No. 58. Quebec, 24th October, 1790. 

Scale, 13 chains to one inch, llj x 16. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1767. Sketch of Kingston Harbour, with the Neck reserved for a Town Lot with 
its Common. Quebec, 6th Dec, 1788. Gother Mann, Capt. Commandg. El. Engrs. 

Scale,, 1,000 feet to an inch. ISf x 21i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1500. Plan shewing the Ground opposite the Town of Kingston to be reserved for 
the Crown on which no settlement is to be made. Buildings erected, or Timber 
cut, but by the authority and for the purposes of Government. . 1790. With 
explanations. 

Scale of 10 chains to an inch. 16^ x 10|. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1769. Kingston. No. 2. 1790. Eeferences. 14| x lOi. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1770. Plan of Kingston and its vicinity. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' letter to 
Lt. Gen. Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. J. B. Duberger, Jr., Jany., 1814. 

Scale, -J of a mile to an inch. 552 ^ 23i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1771. Plan of the Fort at Point Henry in its present state, May, 1814. No. 9. 
With references and a profile. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' letter to Lt. 
General Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. Copied by G. W. Williams, El. My. 
Surveyor, &c., 24 June, 1814. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. Scale of profile, 10 feet to an inch. 
Coloured MS., bearing stamps of Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1772. Descriptive Return of the Government Buildings at Kingston in charge of the 
Barrack Department. 1815. With insets of Government Buildings at Point 
Henry and Point Frederick. 18^- x 14-i. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1773. Plan of a House late the Property of the PiOnble. E. Cartwright, and situated 
on Lot No. 263 in the Town of Kingston. M. C. Dixon, Capt. E. Engrs. Comg. 

Kingston, 30th Sept., 1815. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 12| x 151. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1774. Plan of an Establishment for the Civil Branch of the Ordnance at Kingston, 

Upper Canada, shewing in yellow the Buildings and Shops proposed to be erected. 

G. W. January, 9th, 1815. Gusts. Nicolls, Lt. Col. El. Engineers. With a letter 
to Lt. General Mann, dated, 13th Jany., 1815. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 26i x 201. 

Original, partly coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General 
of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1775. Plan of the Ground around the Barracks, Kingston. 1815. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 7f x 12^. 
Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1776. Plan of the Town of Kingston, shewing its environs three miles on the East 
and West sides thereof, and six miles to the Northward of said Town. With 



213 

remarks. Surveyor General's Office, York, Upper Canada, October 21st, 1815. 
Thos. Ridout, Surveyor Genl. 

Note. — This Plan is copied from that of the Surveyor of the Midland District, 
the late Alex. Aitken, but it is apprehended that the Northern Boundary of the 
Military Eeserve will fall on or near to the dotted line a.b. as it appears by the 
Plan delivered by the late Surveyor Genl. of the Province of Quebec in the year 
1792 to Lieut. Governor Simcoe. W. Chewett, S. G., &c. 

Scale, 1 mile to 2 inches. 22 x 164. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1777. Plan of the Town of Kingston, shewing the Military reservations, also the 
nnlocated Land being principally only fit for a Quarry. With references. Sur- 
veyor General's Office. York, Upper Canada, October 21st, 1815. Thos. Ridout, 
Surveyor Genl. W. Chewett. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 244 x 31|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1778. Sketch of Point Frederick, shewing in yellow the enclosures made by the 
Navy, also the situation of a new Building intended as a residence for the Com- 
missioner of the Yard. Kingston, 10th Dec, 1815. M. Dixon, Capt. Royal Engrs, 
Royal Engineers' Drawing Room, Quebec, 19th Dec, 1815. 

Scale of 5 chains to one inch. 12* x 7|. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1779. Kingston and Environs. No. 8. With tables of References to Government 
Buildings in Kingston, Point Frederick and Point Henry; Nature of Ordnance 
Mounted at Kingston and vicinity. Quebec, 24th June, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lt. 
Col. Rl. Engineers. J. B. Duberger, Jr., Quebec, 15 Jan 

Scale, 600 feet to an inch. 26| x 18|. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1780. Kingston— Plan, Section of Barracks for 200 men. 1816. Endorsed Plan 
No. 2, with Estimates marked ' C 

■ Scale of 20 feet to an inch. 124 x 7f. 

Original coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1781. Kingston — Plan, Elevation, &c., of Officers' Quarters for one Field Officer, 
four Captains and five Subalterns, with Mess Room, &c. Plans, Elevation and 
Sections of Barracks for 275 men, with cooking house, &c Kingston, December 
18th, 1816. M. C. Dixon, Capt. Royal Engineers. Plan No. 1 with Estimates 
marked A and B. True copy, J. B. Duberger. Royal Engrs. Drawing Room, 
Quebec, Jany., 1817. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 19i x 134- 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1782. Kingston — Plan of the Artillery Park. 28th August, 1815. Quebec, 24th 
June, 1816. G. Nicolls, Col. Rl. Engineers. 

Scale, 30 feet to an inch. 26 x 16. 

Original MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications. 0. 

1783. Kingston — Plan of the Fort at Point Henry. Quebec, 24th June, 1816. G. 
Nicolls, Lt. Col. Rl. Engineers. Royal Engrs. Drawing Room, Quebec, 24 June. 
1816. J. B. Duberger, R.M.S.D. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch, 19| x 20^. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 



214 

1784. Kingston — Plan of the Government Wharf, shewing in yellow the proposed 
addition. M. C. Dixon, Capt. Kl. Engrs., Commg., 1816. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10 x 16. 
Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1785. Kingston, W. C. — Plan of the Northwestern side of Point Henry, shewing the 
projected Ordnance Establishment, August 28th, 1815. With a letter to Lt. 
General Mann, dated 13th Jany., 1815, Quebec, 24th June, 1816. G. Nicolls, 
Lt. Col. Rl. Engineers. Eoyal Engrs. Drawing Room, Quebec, 24th June, 1816. 
J. B. Duberger, Surv. 

Scale, 100 ft. to an inch. 15f x 15^. 

Original, partly coloured MS., bearing stamps of Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1786. Kingston— Proposed Officers' and Men's Barracks and proposed Barrack 
Square, shown in yellow. The buildings in green shew how the Barrack Square 
may be built on, in the event of additional Quarters being added. Kingston, 18th 
Dec, 1816. M. C. Dixon, Commg. Rl. Engr. Endorsed Plan No. 3, Government 
Ground, Kingston, IT. Canada. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 12| x 17. 
Original coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1787. Kingston — Proposed section through A B C D E in the Fort at Point Henry, 

Kingston, Upper Canada. Section of the work at present shewn in blue. The 
Raveline is only shaped out. Quebec, 21st June, 1816. J. B. Duberger, Jun'r. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 24| x 7i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the 
Inspector General of i^ ortifications. 0. 

1788. Plan of the Ordnance, Commissary and Engineer Estahlishments on Point 
Henry, near Kingston, Upper Canada. Copy. No. 2. Received from Lt. Col. 
Durnford, with a letter to Lt. Genl. Mann, dated 7th May, 1817. With references. 

Scale of 90 feet to an inch. 15| x 17^. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1789. Sketch of the Ordnance Establishment on Point Henry, near Kingston, IJ. 

Canada. 1817. 

Scale of 100 feet to | inch. 12^ x 7i 
Original shaded MS. from C series. 

1790. Kingston — Sketch shewing the Proposed Parade Ground, containing 24 acres, 
within the Dotted Parallelogram, 1817. 

Scale of 440 yards to the inch. 15^ x 9i 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1791. Plan of the Scow Wharf to he built at Pt. Frederick. H. L. Renny, Lt. RL 
Engr. Quebec, 30th May, 1818. E.W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale, 10 feet to IJ inches. 10 x 16. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1792. Sketch of the Encroachments (in blue) made by Government on a Lot of Land 
belonging to Mr. Macauley, and situated between Lot No. 5 and Water Lot No. 5 
in the Town of Kingston. The land claimed by Mr. Macauley is bounded by 
yellow, W. B. Payne, Capt. Rl. Engrs., 23rd May, 1818. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 10 x 16. 
Original partly coloured MS. from C series. 



215 

1793. Sketch shewing the Picketting, proposed to be removed from around the 
Works at Kingston. 26th June, 1818. W. B. Payne, Capt. Rl. Engrs. 

Scale of 400 feet to an inch. 17 x 11. 
Original uncoloured MS from C series. 

1794. Sections through the Proposed Tank at Point Henry. Chas. C. Alexander, 
Lieut. Rl. Engrs. 1819. 

Scale, 5 feet to an inch. 11 x 17. 
Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1795. Copy from the late Mr. Alexr. Aitkins' Plan of the Township of Kingston. 

Surveyor General's Office, York, 24th Aug., 1821. T. Ridout, Surveyor Genl. 
Copy by J. G. C. 

Scale, 40 chains to one inch. 7| x 9|. P. 

1796. Copy from the Quebec Plan of the Township of Kingston. Surveyor General's 
Office, York, 24th August, 1821. Thos. Ridout, Sr. Genl. Copy by J. G. C. 

Scale, forty chains to one inch. 7f x 9f. P. 

1797. Fort Henry. Officers' Privies, Fort Henry, N Kingston, Noy., 1823. Ord- 
nance Privies No. 15, Point Henry, Kingston, No. 15, Octr., 1823. Commanding 
Royal Engineers' Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. 
Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 15i x 9|. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
stamp. 0. 

1798. Kingston — A series of Plans illustrating the Government Buildings at King- 
ston and in that vicinity. Originals, bearing the stamp of the Inspector General 
of Fortifications. The figures at the beginning of each paragraph refer to the 
plate number. 0. 

No. 1. — Magazine — Point Frederick, Kingston, Nov., 1823. Commdg. Royal 
Engineers' Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 15 feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 

Plan of Fort Mississaugua — ^No. 1 Guard House. No. 2 Magazine. Commg. 
Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8 th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 50 feet to an inch. 21| x 17. 

1. — Plan, Section and Elevation of Officers' Barracks. Point Henry. Commg. 
Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to | of an inch. 21* x 17. 

2. Plans, Section and Elevation of the Rl. Artillery Barracks, Kingston. 
Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 214 x 17. 

3. — Plan and Section of the Magazine in Fort Henry. Commandg. Royal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 17 x lOJ. 

3. — Plan and Section of the Magazine in Fort Henry. Commandg. Royal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Coming. 
Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 

3. — Plan and Section of the Magazine at Point Frederick. Commdg. Royal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. "W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada. 



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Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 i>: lOJ. 

4. — ^Barracks at Fort Henry. Commdg. Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 
1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 21^ x 17. 

4. — Plans, Section and Elevation of the Block House, Point Frederick. 
Commdg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of ten feet to an inch. 21J x 17. 

5. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commanding Officer's Quarters, 
Kingston. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 21^ x 17. 

6. — ^Block House, Kingston, 1823. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Que- 
bec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 15 feet to an inch. 8i x 10-|. 

6.-^Plan, Section and Elevation of the Guard House and Solitary Cells, Fort 
Henry. Commdg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 17 x 10^. 

7. — Guard House, Point Frederick, Kingston, Nov., 1823. Con^rndg. Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 17 x lOJ. 

7. — Eoyal Artillery School House, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 17 x 10|. 

8. — Commissariat Stable and Forage Shed, Kingston. 1824. Commandg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 17 x 10^ 

8. — Old Frame Barrack, Fort Henry, Kingston, Nov., 1823. Commandg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 17 x lOA. 

9. — Log Barrack, Point Frederick, Kingston, Nov., 1823 Commdg. Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

9. — Eoyal Engineers' Store, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10|. 

9a. — Plan and Section of the Lower Magazine, Point Henry, No. 9. Com- 
manding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10 J. 

10. — Plan, Section and Elevation of Ordnance Store, Point Henry. Commg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 21* x 17. 

10. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Carpenter's Shop, Eoyal Engrs. De- 
partment, Kingston. Commandg Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 



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11. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Blacksmith Shop, Kingston. Com- 
manding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Comnig. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

12. — ^Barracks proposed for Fort Henry, to contain 144 men ; being the half of 
the range situated between the Towers in Plate 2. The whole range to contain 288 
men. W. B. Payne, Capt. Eoyal Engineers, 14th Sept., 1818. Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 17 Nov., 1818. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 22 x 17. 

12. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Armourers' Shop, Ordnance Dept., 
Point Henry. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOi. 

12. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Masons and Painters shop now used as 
Eoyal Engineers Store, Kingston. Commandg. Eoyl. Engineers Office, Quebec, 
May 5th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commandg .El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 

13. — Plan of Fort Henry. With explanation and probable estimate. 

Scale of plan, 90 feet to an inch. Scale of section, 20 feet to an inch 22 x 17. 

13. — Plan, Section and Elevation of a Stable, Eoyal Engineers Department, 
Kingston. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8, 1824. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

13. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Ordnance Guard Eoom, Point Henry. 
Commdg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

14. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Wheelwrights' Shop, Ordnance De- 
partment, Point Henry. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 
1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10-i. 

14. — Government Stable, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, May 8, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

15. — Government Coach House, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers 
Office, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 

16. — Main Guard, Kingston, 1823. Commandg. Eyl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 
May 8, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOi. 

16. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Clerk of Cheeks House, Ordnance 
Department, Point Henry. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th 
May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

17. — Ordnance Store, Point Henry, Kingston. 1824. Commandg. Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. (Two buildings of the same construction and dimensions). 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOi. 

18. — ^Blacksmith's shop, Qr. Master General's Depart., Kingston. Tete de 
Pont, 1824. 

17. — Coal Shed, Qr. Master General's Deaprt., Tete de Pont, Kingston, 1824. 
Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10*. 



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18. — Plans, Section and Elevation of the Ordnance Store Keeper's House. 
Point Henry, No. 18. Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 1824. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Coming. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 

19. — Commissariat Store and Scow Men's Quarters, Tete de Pont, Kingston, 
October, 1823. Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 1824. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

19. — Plans, Section and Elevation of the Straw House, Barrack Department, 
Point Henry. Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 

20. — Officers' Quarters, Royal Engineers' Square, Point Henry, Kingston, 
1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 101-. 

20. — Quarter Master General's Office and Store, Kingston, Oct., 1823. Com- 
mandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10-^. 

21. — Plan of the Commissariat Store in the Tete de Pont, Kingston. Com- 
mandg. Royal Engrs. Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. 
Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch 17 x lOi. 

21. — Plans, Section and Elevation of the Rl. Engineers Store, Point Henry. 
Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10|-. 

21. — Royal Sappers and Miners' Barracks, occupied as a store. Point Henry, 
Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 1824. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

22.— Plan, Section and Elevation of the Officers' Barracks, Point Erederick. 
Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOi. 

22.— Plans, Sections and Elevations of the Rl. Engineer Stables, Point Henry. 
Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10*. 

22.-24. — Stable and Coach House, Qur. Master General's Quarters, Tet« de 
Pont, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 

23._Eield Officers' Quarters, Tete de Pont, Kingston, Oct., 1823. Commdg. 
Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 15 feet to an inch. 17 x lOi 

23. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Carpenters and Masons Shop, Rl. 
E. Dept., Point Henry. Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 
1824. E. W. Durnford, L. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10-J. 

24. — Plans, Section and Elevation of the Blacksmiths Shop. Engineers 
Department, Point Henry. Commandg. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Sth May, 
1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr,, Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOJ. 



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25.— Barrack Store, Tete de Pont, Kingston, Nov. 1823. Commandg. Koyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 15 feet to one inch. 17 x lOA. 

25. — Barracks for Workmen, Point Henry, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. El. 
Engineers Office, Quebec 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg El. 
Engr., Canada, 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x lOi. 

26.— Fort Adjts. Old Quarters, Point Henry, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 17 x 10^. 

26. — Plans, Sections and Elevation of the Officers' Barracks, within the Tete 
de Pont, Kingston. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 21^- x 17. 

27. — Fort Sergts. Quarters, Point Henry, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 

27 — 30. — Triangular Store, Tower used as a Store. Tete de Pont, Kingston, 
1823. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 15 feet to an inch. 17 x 10^. 

28 — 29. — Guard House and Canteen. Tete de Pont, Kingston, Oct., 1823. 
Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford 
Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x 10^. 

31.— Field Officers Quarters, Tete de Pont, Kingston, Oct., 1823. Commdg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 15 feet to an inch, 17 x 10^. 

32. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Store, King's Quay, Kingston. 
Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 

32. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Storekeeper's Store, King's Quay, 
Kingston. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 

33. — Plan of the Barracks in the Tete de Pont, Kingston, Dec, 1822. Commdg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x 10*. 

34. — Cooking House, Tete de Pont, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x 10^. 

35. — Privates' privy. Tete de Pont, Kingston, 1824. Commdg. Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOJ. 

36. — Commissariat Store, Tete de Pont, Kingston, 1823. Commdg. Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. 
Engr., Canada. 17 x 10*. 



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37.— Plan of Hospital, Ivingston, Octr., 1823— Gommdg. El. Engrs. 
Office, Quebec, 8tli May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engrs., 
Canada. 

Two scales, 10 feet to an inch ; and 20 feet to an inch. 21^ x 17. 

40. — Plan of Stable, Commandants Quarters, Kingston, November, 1823. 
Commdg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x 10^^-. 

42.— Plan, Section and Elevation of the Engineers Office, Kingston, IT. C. 
Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, 
Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 

5. 5. — Plan, Section and Elevation of No. 1 Tower, Point Henry. Note — Tower 
No. 2 is similar to No. 1. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8th, 
1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x 10^. 

9, 9. — Eoyal Artillery Barracks, Point Erederick, Kingston, 1824. Commandg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOJ. 

la. — Plan of the Artillery Park, Kingston. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 211 x 17. 

la. — Plans, Section and Elevation of the Gun Shed, El. Artillery Park, 
Kingston. With note. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, May 8, 1824. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 21^ x 17. 

la. — Eoyal Artillery Guard House. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Que- 
bec, May 8th, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 8^ x lOi. 

la. — Plan of the Ordnance Office and Armoury, Point Henry. Commandg. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford. Lt. Col. Commg. 
El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 16^ x lOi. 

la. — Plan of the Commandg. Officer of Eoyal Artillery Quarters, Kingston, 
No. 1. Commdg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 10 feet to an inch. 

2a. — Guard House, Mississaugua Battery, Kingston, 1823. Magazine, Missis- 
saugua Battery, Kingston. 1823. Commdg. Eoyal Engineers Office. Quebec, 8th 
May, 1824. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 15 feet to an inch. 17 x 101. 

5a. — Armourers' Shop, Pt. Erederick, No. 6, Kingston. Nov., 1823. Canteen, 
Pt. Frederick, No. 5, Kingston, 1823. Cooking House, Pt. Frederick, No. 8, 
Kingston, 1823. Commdg. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOi. 

7a. — Plan of Commissariat Store and Canteen in Fort Henry. Kingston, Oct., 
1823. Commandg. Eoyal Engineers Office. Quebec, 8th May, 1824. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr.. Canada. 

Scale, ten feet to an inch. 17 x lOA. 
1799. Plan of Kingston, Upper Canada, shewing the site proposed for constructing 
a Bridge between that place and Fort Henry. With Lt. Col. Dumford's letter 
to Lt. Genl. Mann, dated 17th May. 1824. With notes. El. Engrs. Office, Quebec. 
8th May, 1824. E. W. Durnford. Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 



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Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 31| x 20|. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1800. Plan of the Government Buildings, Point Henry, shewing the proposed pickets, 
stained red — and Ordnance Store, yellow. H. Briscoe, Lieut., Eoyl. Engineers, 
Kingston, 16th March, 1825. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 25th 
March, 1825. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale of 50 feet to one inch. 16-i x 9|. 
Partly coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1801. Kingston — Plan of Barracks. E. W. Durnford, Colonel Commg. Rl. Engrs., 
Canada. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Oct. 1, 1825. (A copy). 
John Walpole, Lieut. Royl. Engineers, 8th May, 1825. 

Scale, 80 feet to 5 inches or 16 feet to an inch. 47 x 272. 
Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1802. Plans showing the position of the Old Scow Wharf, with the Road required by 
the Bridge Company, coloured yellow. W. B. Marlow, Lieut. Royal Engineers, 
Kingston, Jany. 7th, 1826. Copy, J. G. Chewett. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 131 x 10. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1803. Kingston Fortifications — A series of ten original partly coloured MS. plans 

bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ord- 
nance. 0. 
. . a 1.— Plan of Fort Henry, 1827. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 30 x 33|. 

h 2. — Plan of Fort Henry, shewing in yellow the alterations proposed to reform 
and repair it conformably with the principles and suggestions contained in the 
Engineer Commissioner's Report, 1827. With references. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 34| x 24. 

c 4. — Plan shewing the Bombproof Barracks proposed to be erected at Fort 
Henry, instead of constructing casemates under the Rampart should it be deemed 
advisable to take down the present barracks. 1827. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 18i x 25|. 

d 5. — Fort Henry. Plan of the Upper Floor of the Men's Barrack, with 
section and elevation. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch; scale of section, 10 feet to an inch. 17| x 23|. 

e 6. — Plans and Sections of a Tower for 2 Guns proposed to be erected in 
advance of Fort Henry, also on Cedar and Snake Islands. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 23^ x 19. 

/ 9. — Plan of the Ground and Upper Floor of a Pentagonal Tower calculated 
to contain Bombproof Cover for a Garrison of 200 Men with Stores of every 
description proposed as the keep of a ISTew Work to be erected at Kingston, Upper 
Canada. With references, 1827. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 22 x 31i 

g 10. — Plan of the Platform and Section of the Pentagonal Tower proposed as 
the Keep of a New Work to be erected at Kingston, Upper Canada. 1827. 

Scale of plan, 40 feet to an inch ; scale of section, 20 feet to an inch. 18J x 26J. 

h — Plan of the Tete de Pont at Kingston, shewing the Commissariat Stores 
and other wooden buildings recommended to be taken down, and the new buildings 
and alterations proposed. With references. 1827. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 21 x 30. 



i 13. — Plan of a Fortified Guard House proposed for the protection of the 
Batteries at Points Frederick and Mississagua, as recommended in the Report of 
the Engineer Commissioners. 

Scale, 8 feet to an inch. 23J x 19. 

i 15. — Plan of the Battery at Mississagua Point, shewing the manner in which 
it is proposed to reform and enclose it in the rear with a Loop-holed Wall and 
Fortified Guard-house as recommended in the Eeport of the Engineer Commis- 
sioners. 1827. 23-i X 19. 

1804. Kingston Mills, Sketch of the Land to be leased as a Mill site together with 
the Water privileges tinted yellow. A B C D E. Three copies given to R. O. 
Bytown, 8th December, 1826. Frs. Eingler Thomson, Major and Capt. Eoyal 
Engineers. 15| x 12i. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1805. Plan of Kingston and its Vicinity. The Shores and Measures, by Lieutenant 
A. T. E. Vidal, Royal N., under the direciton of Capt. Wm. FitzWm. Owen, 
R.N. The Town and Works from a survey by Lieut. H. L. Renny, Royal En- 
gineers, and the Soundings by Actg. Lieut. Wm. Bayfield, Royal Navey ; W. F. W. 
Owen, Capt., dated Kingston, 14th June, 1816. The original of this map was 
borrowed from the Admiralty. Copied in the Inspector General's Office, Decem- 
ber, 1827. 

Plan of Point Frederick with the proposed alterations for the Dock- Yard 
Establishment. Continuation of the Cataraqui to the Mills. 

Scale, 1661 yards or 500 feet to an inch. 29 x 47. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General and Board of Ord- 
nance stamps. 0. 

1806. Plan, Elevation and Section of a Building proposed for a Commissariat Store 
House to be erected on the east side of Navy Bay, Kingston. J. R. Wright, Lt. 
Col. Commg. Rl. Engrs., F. C, accompanying a Report dated Kingston, 31 July, 
1827. Commg. Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20 August, 1827. E. W. Durnford,' Col. 
Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 18 x 9|. 

Original, not stamped. 0. 

1807. Kingston Fortifications— Eight Plans of Government Buildings and Tete de 
Pont Barracks. Original MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a 1. — Plan of the present Ordnance Buildings on the East side of Navy Bay, 
shewing the Commissariat Store Establishment proposed to be erected conformably 
with the Report of the Engineer Commissioners. With references. J. R. Wright, 
Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engrs., TJ. C, accompanying a Report dated Kingston, 31 July, 
1827. Commg. Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20th August, 1827. E. W. Durnford, 
Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. H. Briscoe, Lieut. Royal Eng. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. . 23 x I7f . 

h 2. — Proposed Commissariat Store House, Kingston, U.C, August, 1827. 
(Accompanies No. 5. 1st project). H. Briscoe, Lieut. R. E. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 18 x 264. 

c 3. — ^Plan, Elevation and Section of a Commissariat Office proposed to be 
erected on the East side of 'Navj Bay, Kingston. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. 
Rl. Engrs., XJ.C, accompanying a Report dated Kingston, 31 July, 1827. Comg. 
Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20th August, 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada. H. Briscoe, Lt. R. E. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 22J x 18. 

d 4. — Plan of the Tete de Pont at Kingston, shewing the Commissariat Stores, 
and other Wooden Buildings recommended to be taken down and the New Build- 
ings and alterations proposed. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engrs. U.C, 



accompanying a Keport dated 31 July, 1827. Comg. Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 
20th August, 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada. With 
references. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 28 x 19. 

e 0. — (1st Project) Plan of a Barrack for 200 Men proposed to be erected in 
the 'j:ete de Pont, Kingston. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engrs. U. C, 
accompanying a Report dated Kingston, 31st July, 1827. Comg. Rl. Engrs. Office, 
Quebec, 20th August, 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 
Henry Briscoe, Lieut. R. E. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 204 x 154. 

f 6. — Plan of a Barrack Master's Store and Office, proposed to be erected in 
the Tete de Pont at Kingston. Comg. Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20th August, 1827. 
E. W. Durnford. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. 
Rl. EngT., U. C, accompanying a Report dated Kingston, 31 July, 1827. H. 
Briscoe, Lieut. R. E. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 101 x 13 f. 

g 7. — Plan of a Canteen proposed to be erected in the Tete de Pont, Kingston. 
Comg. Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20th August, 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. 
Rl. Engr., Canada. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl Engr., V. C, accompanying 
a Report dated Kingston, 31 July, 1827. H. Briscoe, Lieut. R. E. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 104 x 15f. 

h 8. — Sketch of Points Henry and Frederick, shewing the siti;ations on which 
it might be advisable to construct additional Towers. 1827. 

Scale, 3 feet to an inch. 39 x 26. 

1808. Outline Map shewing the Water Communications between Kingston and 
Montreal, 1827. Compiled from various documents and coiTCcted to this date, 
1830. Saml. B. Hewlett, Chief Draftsman. Memorandums and pencil notes as to 
water communications. H. Pooley, from the Rideau Canal, examined this map 
in 1828, and considered it correct. The memorandums were added in March, 1830. 

Scale, 4 miles=l inch. 57 x 29f. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamjps. 0. 

1809. Fortifications of Kingston. — Plan of a Pentagonal Fort proposed to be erected 
near No. 3 Blockhouse, with a casemated Keep to contain accommodations for a 
Garrison of 200 men with the requisite provisions and stores. With note. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 29 x 43. 

Original coloured MS., one of a series on the Fortifications of Kingston, 
bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1810. Fortifications of Kingston. — Plan of the Battery at Point Frederick, shewing 
the manner in which it is proposed to reform and enclose it in the rear with a 
loop-holed wall and Fortified Guard House as recommended in the Report of the 
Engineer Commissioners. 1827. No. 14. 37 x 26. 

Original, partly coloured MS. plan, one of a series regarding the fortifications 
of Kingston, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ord- 
nance stamj)s. 0. 

1811. Fortifications of Kingston. — Plan of the Ground round No. 5 Block House, 
shewing the Outlines of a proposed Work with a casemated Keep for 200 men as 
recommended by the Engineer Commissioners. 1827. This Plan shews Town 
lots. Buildings and Grounds which it was thought advisable for the Government 
to purchase. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 33 x 44. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 



224 

1812. Plan shewing the Outline of the Present Work at Fort Henry, with a revised 
project for rebuilding it, constructed as far as the nature of the ground would 
admit conformably with Genl. Mann's instructions to Colonel Durnford, dated 
6th August, 1828. PL No. 1. Notes. Royal Engineers Office, Kingston, U. C, 
John Walpole, Lieut. Royal Engineers, 23rd December, 1828. J. R. Wright, Lt. 
Col. Rl. Engineers. To accompany letter to Col. Durnford, dated 31st December, 
1828; and transmitted by the latter to General Mann Avith letter dated, 16th 
Eeby., 1829. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 50^ x 29. 

Original coloured MvS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

a — Sections accompanying preceding jilan. Details as in preceding plan. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. SOi x 29. 

h — Duplicate of the preceding plan. 'Outline of the Work at Point Henry.' 
Copied by J. Cromie, Lt. R. E. 

c — Sections accompanying the foregoing plan. Copied by R. H. Bonnycastle, 
Capt. Rl. Engrs. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 501 x 29. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1813. Eaval Survey of Kingston Harbour, U. C, with part of the Bay of Quinte, 

&C., &c. (Copy). Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, to accompany 
Col. Durnford's letter of 10th Dec, 1828. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 1,800 yds.=l inch. 62-J x 17. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1814. Plan of the Military Eeserve opposite Kingston. Rough copy from the Office 
Plan dated Surveyor General's Office, 30th May, 1829. Signed W. Chewett, Actg. 
Surv. General. N.B. — The shore of the Military Reserve, from the S.E. angle 
to the IST.W. must be scaled, and the number of acres therein reported. This map 
shews the names of the grantees from the Point Henry to the Mill Reserves. 

Scale, 40 chains per inch. 10 x 16}. 
Uncoloured MS. P. 

1815. No. 5 Block House and Environs, shewing the Clergy Eeserve and Kingston 
Tannery, with proposed Works. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
25th June, 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 12| x 10*. 
Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

1816. Sketch showing the manner in which it is suggested that Redoubt No. 5, (Plan 
No. 5) at Kingston, Upper Canada, be reduced in capacity, if the want of funds 
should render necessary any diminution. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 17A x 13i-. 
Original coloured MS. 

1817. Plan of the Property called the Tannery, lately purchased for the Government, 
with the Clergy Reserve and Ground adjacent, &c. Royal Engineers Office, 
Kingston, 8th Aug., 1829. J R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. R. Engineer, U. C. 
The Boundary of the Clergy Reserve was laid down from a Plan drawn in the 
Surveyor General's Office, at York, but there seems reason to suppose it is drawn 
about 30 feet too wide, and that the Northern Boundary should rather be shewn as 
marked by the yellow dotted line. (Signed) Commanding Royal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 31st Dec, 1829. E. W. Durnford, Comg. R. Engr.. Canada. Copy 
Inspector General's Office. 17th May, 1831. Saml. B. Howlett. 



225 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 20J x 32. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1818. Plan of the Property called the Tannery (lately purchased by the Govern- 
ment) with the Cler^ Reserve and Ground adjacent, &c. El. Engineers Office, 
Kingston, 8th August, 1829. J. K. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engr., U.C. The 
boundary of the Clergy Eeserve was laid down from a plan drawn in the Surveyor 
General's Office, at York, but there seems reason to suppose it is drawn about 30 
feet too wide, and that the Northern Boundary should rather be shewn, as marked 
by the yellow dotted line. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 24th 
August, 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. E. H. 
Bonnycastle, Capt. Eoyl. Engrs., Kingston, U. C, 8th August, 1829. 

Scale, 100 feet=l inch. 20| x 33^. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

1819. Plan shewing the Situation of the Property called the Tannery a. b. c. d. 
lately purchased for the Government at Kingseon, Upper Canada, El. Engineers 
Office, Kingston, 8th August, 1829. J. E. Wright, Lt. Col. Commdg. El. Engi- 
neer, TJ. C. 

Scale, 100 feet to 1 inch. 17 x 10. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1820. Plan of the Ground in the vicinity of Kingston-Mills, with sections of the 
Highlands near the Locks now constructing for the Rideau Canal shewing 
works projected to defend the entrance of the Eideau Canal. Thos. Burrows, 
Overseer of Works, Eideau Canal. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr., 
Canada, 4th Sept., 1829. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 48} x 31. 

Original coloured MS. plan, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1821. Survey of Kingston, Upper Canada, and its dependencies with a projected 
Work submitted for consideration of General Mann, in connection with Colonel 
Durnford's Eeport dated 4th Sept., 1829, instead of that already recommended for 
Point Henry, including a Tower and Battery at that immediate Point, and the 
sites for advanced Towers as Nos. 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5 together with the situation of 
the Pentagonal Tower already approved to be erected on the Kingston side of the 
Harbour, (&c., whether this work is or is not approved. Commanding Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Quebec, 4th Sept.. 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engr. 
Canada. 

Scale, 400 feet to one inch. 481 x 21. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1822. A Survey of the Ground to the extent of 4,000 yards in the Vicinity of the 
Dockyard at Kingston, Upper Canada, as ordered in the summer of 1828 by the 
Committee of which His Excellency Lieut. General Sir James Kempt, G.C.B., &c., 
&c., &c., was president. J. E. Wright, Lieut. Col., Eoyal Engineers; J. Walpole, 
Lt. Eoyal Engineers, Eoyal Engineers Office, Kingston, Nov. Tth, 1828. Com- 
manding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec,. 4th Sept., 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. 
Commg. El. Engr., Canada. Duplicate of 16th Feby., 1829. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 561- x 40. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of 
Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1823. Sketch, shewing, in Yellow, the Works proposed for the defence of Kingston, 
Upper Canada. See Committee's Eeport dated 24th October, 1829. With a table 
of references to proposed Avorks. 

Scale, 200 yards to | of an inch. 22:1 x 17f. 
Apparently an original sketch, unsigned, and i:nstamped. 0. 
233—15 



1824. Plan, shewing in yellow, the Works proposed for the defence of Kingston, 
Upper Canada. "With notes of much later dates made in the Ordnance Drawing 
Room. Drawn to illustrate the Committee's Report dated Pall Mall, 24th Oct., 
1829. Copied by J. Nightingale, 19th Nov., 1829. Drawn by S. B. Howlett, 26th 
October, 1829. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 61 x 21|. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1825. Sketch of Mississaugua Point, Kingston, shewing the space occupied by the 
Battery. (Signed) J. Nickalls. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 24th Oct., 1829. S. C. Melhuish, Capt. Rl. Engineers. 15 x 16^. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

1826. Sections through Fort Henry shewing the proposed alterations. No. 3. 

William Wallace, Lieut. Ylst Regt., Asst. Engineer, 1829. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 42 x 30. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1827. Sketch of Mississagua Point, Kingston, shewing the space occupied by the 
Battery. J. Nickalls, 1829. 17 x 21i. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1828. Plan of the Tete de Pont at Kingston, shewing the Commissariat Stores and 
other Wooden Buildings recommended to be taken down, and the new Buildings 

and alterations proposed, also the site of the new Fuel Yard, (with references). 
(Signed) J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., U. Canada, Engineers Office, 
Kingston, 1st July, 1830. W. C. B. Copy. Rl. Engineers Office, Quebec, 28th 
July, 1830. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. R. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 21 x 31. 

Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1829. Sketch of the Survey of the Front part of the Farm Lot in the Township of 
Kingston and adjoining the Northermost Limit of the Town, formerly granted to 
the late Mrs. Magdalen Ferguson, deceased; which survey embraces all the Front 
of this Lot, exclusive of the part of the Front included within the picketing of 
the Town, and east of the western limit of Brewery Street. With remarks, 
references, &c., William H. Kilborn, Deputy Surveyor, Kingston, 1st November, 
1830. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 16 x 20f . 
Original, uncoloured MS. 8. 

1830. Plan of the Dwelling House attached to the Tannery Premises lately pur- 
chased by Government. Royal Engineers Office, Kingston, Upper Canada, 9th 
February, 1831. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Commanding Rl. Engineer, Upper Can- 
ada, Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 24th February, 1831, E. W. Durnford, Col. 
Comg. R. Engineer, Canada. Copy. Inspector General's Office, 16th May, 1831. 
S. B. Howlett. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 16 x 204. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1831. Plan of a Casemated Redoubt for 300 Men to be erected on the site of the 
old Work on Point Henry. Plan No. 1. Rl. Engineers Office, Kingston, 14th 
July, 1832. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg, Rl. Engineer, U. C. Quebec, 21st 
July, 1832. Gust. NicoUs, Colonel Comg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. E. Frome, 
Lieut. R. Engineers, July, Tth, 1832. With Colonel Nicolls' Report to Sir Alex. 
Bryce, dated, 23rd July, 1832. 



Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 37i x 25. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1832. Ground Plan of a Casemated Redoubt for 300 men to be erected on the site of 
the old work on Point Henry, Kingston. Plan No. 2. El. Engrs. Ofiice, Kingston, 
14th July, 1832. J. K. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engineer, U. C. Quebec, 21 
July, 1832. Gusts. Nicolls, Colonel Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. With Colonel 
Nicolls' Eeport to Sir Alex. Bryce, dated 23rd July, 1832. H. O. Crawley, Lieut. 
El. Engineers, 13th July, 1832. Pencil notes. 

Scale, 1 inch to 20 feet. Scale, 1 inch to 40 feet. 47 x 25^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

a. — Eeport of Oblique Practice against the Counterscarp Wall, 26th Nov., 
1832. Ashler in Courses. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 18th December, 1832. 
Gusts. Nicolls, Colonel Comg. El. Engineers, Canada. W. Yolland, Lieut. Eoyal 
Engineers. 30^ x 19J. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing stamps of Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1833. Plan of Eastern Front, Casemated Redoubt, Point Henry. Plan No. 3. 
Gusts Nicolls, Colonel Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. El. Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 18th August, 1835. Copied. E. Frome, Lieut. El. Engrs. T. G. W. 
Eaststaff, Draugn., July 12th, 1832. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 25| x 17*. 

Uncoloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1834. Sections shewing the Profile proposed for the Casemated Redoubt to be 
erected on Point Henry. El. Engineers Office, Kingston, 14th July, 1832. J. 
E. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engineer, U. C. Copied. E. Frome, Lieut. 
El. Engrs., July 12th, 1832. With Colonel Nicolls' Eeport to Sir Alexr. Bryce, 
dated 23rd July, 1832. Quebec, 21st July, 1832. G. Nicolls, Colonel, Comg. El. 
Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 33 x 25|. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing stamps of Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1835. Copy of a Plan of the New Work at Point Henry, shewing in Eed, the present 
construction, and in Yellow, the alteration that might be made, if deemed ad- 
visable, on consideration of Colonel Nicolls' letter of 18th Dec, 1832. Plan No. 1. 
Duplicate. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 18th Dec, 1832. Gus. Nicolls, Col. 
Commandg. Eoyal Engineer, Canada. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman, May 
24, 1833. Endorsed, Kingston, New Work, Point Henry, shewing approved altera- 
tions, Col. Nicolls, 18th Dec, 1832. 

Scale of 40 feet to one inch. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1836. Sections through Glacis of Fort Henry, Kingston, according to the date in 
Plan No. 2, dated 18th August, 1835. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 17^ x 26|. 
Original MS., unstamped. 0. 

1837. Fort Henry, Kingston, Upper Canada, to accompany Colonel Nicolls' letter 
to the Inspector General of Fortifications, No. 42, dated 18th August, 1835. Plan 
No. 1. T. G. W. Eaststaff, draughtsman. Gusts. Nicolls, Comg. El. Engineer, 
Canada. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 18th August, 1835. 

233— 15J 



Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 36f x 25|, 

Original, coloured MS., bearing- the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

a Plan No. 2. — Shewing the comparative levels of each angle of the Parapet, 
and the opposite levels of the Ditch and Counterscarps, and also the Planes of the 
Glacis of Fort Henry as proposed when completed. With explanation. Gust. 
jSTicolls, Colonel, Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. Rl. Engineers Office, Quebec, 
18th August, 1835. T. G. W. Eaststaif, draughtsman. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 38 x 25f. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1838. Plan of part of the Town of Kingston, shewing in Yellow, the Lots Nos. 8 and 
19, between the Place d'Armes, and Barrack Street which are proposed to be sold, 
not being required for any public purpose. The other Government Lots are 
coloured Red. J. R. Wright, Lieut. Col. Comg. Royal Engineer, Upper Canada. 
H. O. Crawley, Lieut. Royal Engrs., 29th June, 1836. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draugn. 
Plan No. 6. To accompany the Report of the Commanding Royal Engineer to 
His Excellency the Lieut. Governor of Upper Canada on the subject of the Military 
Reserves, dated 18th July, 1836. G. Nicolls, Colonel, Comg. Rl. Engineer, 
Canada. 

Scale, 1 inch to 3 chains. 16| x lOi 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1839. Plan of Property at Kingston re Claim of Mrs. Margaret Farley. 1837. 

5i- X 5A. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1840. Sketch shewing the proposed site of the Ordnance Establishment at Kingston, 

30th March, 1838. R. Bonnycastle. 16 x 10^. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1841. Plan of Part of Kingston, shewing the proiDcrty formerly granted to Mrs. 
Magdalen Ferguson, with a sketch of the survey. Remarks, References and List 
of Areas of each Block or Parcel of Land embraced in this survey. Kingston, 
1st November, 1830. W. H. Kilborn, Depy. Surveyor. True Copy. J. G. C. 
Surveyor General's Office, Toronto, 4th May, 1838. Jno. Macaulay, Surv. General. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 17 x 211. 
Uncoloured MS. P. 

1842. Sketch of part of the Farm Lots numbers Twenty-three and twenty-four, First 
Concession Township of Kingston. Situated between the continuation of Store 
Street and Johnston Street, shewing the Village Lots into which the same is 
divided, together with the houses and out-houses thereon. 

The Village Lots are laid down in this Sketch from actual survey, but the 
houses from view only; and the Block and Tract represented by letters of the 
Alphabet merely by protraction. The title of the whole of Block E K M N, 
except Midcalf's Lot, is in the Ven. G. O. Stuart; the titles to the other lots on 
this Sketch are in the i)ersons whose names are inserted on them, except Ma;li- 
gan's Lot on Store Street, which is owned by a person of the name of Underbill, 
now in England. Kingston, 1st June, 1838. W. H. Kilborn, Dy. P. Surveyor. 
True copy. G. Whitmore, Lt. Royal Engineers. With references and list of 
contents. 

Scale, ten chains to one inch. 20 x 16-|. 

Partly coloured MS. copy from C series. 

1843. Kingston Fortifications — Five Plans showing the Works proposed for the 
Defence of Kingston, drawn to illustrate the Committee's Report dated Pall Mall, 



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24:th October, 1829. Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

a No. 1. — Plan, showing the works proposed. With i>encil notes. 

Scale about 137-J feet to an inch. 42i x 22. 

h 2. — Plan of Point Henry, shewing the Casemated Eedoubt. Drawn by 
S. B. Howlett, Inspector General's Office, 26th October, 1829. 

Scale, about 100 feet to an inch. 39J x 25^. 

c 3. — Plan and Sections of the Casemated Eedoubt. Dra\m by S. B. Howlett, 
Inspector General's Office, 26th October, 1829. 

Scale to the plans, 40 feet to an inch. 38J x 26^ 

d 4. — Plans of the Casemated Eedoubts proposed by the Committee for the 
occupation of the Ground in Front of the Dock Yard, Kingston, Upper Canada, 
on the Eastern side of the Harbour. Drawn by S. B. Howlett, Inspector General's 
Office, 26th October, 1829. 

Scale for the Plans, 40 feet to an inch. 39 x 26*. 

e 5. — Plans of the Casemated Eedoubts, proposed by the Committee, for the 
occupation of the Ground in front of Kingston, Upi)er Canada, on the Western 
side of the Harbour. Drawn by S. B. Howlett, Inspector General's Office. 26th 
October, 1829. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 39 x 26. 

1844. Plan of part of Kingston, shewing land formerly granted to Mrs. Magdalen 
Ferguson, with Sketch of Survey. Eemarks, references and list of the areas of 
each block, with names of the claimants. William H. Kilborn, Depy. Surveyor. 
Kingston, Xovember 1st, 1836. Copy, J. G. Chewett, Surveyor General's Office, 
Oct. 2, 1839. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 17| x 22J. 
Uncoloured MS. P. 

1845. Fort Henry — Four Original coloured MS. Plans received with Lt. Col. Old- 
field's letter dated 28 Jany., 1840. They all bear the stamp of the Board of Ord- 
nance. 0. 

a 1. — Elevations of South Front, Xorth East Front, and Officers' Quarters, 
with sections, Foii: Henry, Kingston. Jno. Sloane, Clerk of the Works, Kingston, 
U. C, 30th Xov., 1839. Benjn. S. Stehelin, Captain E. Engineers, 3rd Dec, 1839. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 30 x 13*. 

h 2. — Ground Plan of Fort Henry, Kingston, Upper Canada, shewing the 
Appropriation and Occupation of each Eoom. With references. Jno. Sloane, 
Clerk of Works. Kingston, U. C, 14th Xov., 1839. Benjn. S. Stehelin, Captain, 
E. Engrs., 3rd Dec, 1839. 

Scale. 20 feet to an inch. 33 x 201. 

c 3. — Fort Henry. Kingston. Plan of Upijer Story. Jno. Sloane, Clerk of 
Works, Kingston, U. C, 30th Nov., 1839. Benjn. S. Stehelin, Captain, El. En- 
gineers, 3rd Dec, 1839. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 33 x 20*. 

d 4.— Plan of Platform. Jno. Sloane, Clerk of Works, Kingston, U. C, 30th 
Xov., 1839. Benj. S. Stehelin. Captain, E. Engrs., 3rd Dec, 1839. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 33 x 20*. 

1846. Plan shewing the Contours of the Ground within the Military Radius round 
proposed Redoubts Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5, Kingston, required by the Insp. General's 
letter of 22nd February, 1841. Xo. 1779. Xotes, with notes added in the Ordnance 
Office. J. Oldfield, Lt. Colonel, Commdg. Eoyal Engineer in Canada, 26 June, 
1841. To accompany Col. Oldfield's letter Xo. 100. 26th June, 1841. 

Scale, 50 yards to an inch. 48 x 42. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 



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1847. Sketch of Proposed Improvements for Kingston, now the Capital of Canada, 

submitted to the consideration of all Her Majesty's subjects by their humble 
Servant Eobt. F. Gourlay, Kingston, Sept. 8, 1841. This copy respectfully 
presented to the merchants of Quebec, by E. F. G. November 22, 1841. A signed 
manuscript copy with copious extracts from newspapers attached. 21 x 26. 
Coloured MS. copy. 

1848. Plan of part of Kingston, shewing 85 acres obtained in exchange from the 
Eevd. E. D. Cartwright for a lot in Queen Street, in the Town of Kingston, con- 
taining 133 ft. X 35 ft. (Signed) G. Whitmore, Capt. Eyl. Engrs., 15th Jan., 
1842. (Signed) W. C. Ward, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., Comg. Montreal, 31 Jan., 1842. 
Signed copy, E. Pilkington, Draughtsman. Copy. Vide Board's order 6 May, 
1842 E/454. S. B. H., 12th May, 1842. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 36 x 23. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1849. Kingston. To accompany Col. Ward's letter to the E. Off. Hd. Qrs., dated Feby. 
15th, 1842. P. J. Bainbrigge, Lt. E. E. Showing the Ferguson tract reserved 
for Military purposes, and the proposed exchange of lands. 

Scale, 100 yards to an inch. 17^ x 11. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

1850. Plan and List of Lots required by the I. G. F's. letter of 1st Dec, 1841. No. 
1935. With reference to the 19 Deeds of Surrender accompanying the letter to 
him from the C. E. E. in Canada of 4th October, 1841. W. C. Ward, Lt. Col. 
E. Engrs., Commg. Montreal, 20th June, 1842; G. Whitmore, Capt. Eoyal Engrs., 
15th Jany., 1842. Copy. E. Pilkington, Draughtsman. Copy. J. Nightingale, 
21st May, 1842. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 53^ x 22. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Lispector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1851. Kingston Fortifications — Four plans illustrating lots of land in connection 
with the Military Works. Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the 
Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

a 1. — Plan shewing the different lots contained within a radius of 600 yards 
in front and 300 yards in rear of Proposed Defenses at Kingston, together with 
such building-s as have been erected since 1842; (Qy., 1840). The red lines shew 
the Boundary of Government Property in 1842. With notes and references. C. E. 
Wilkinson, Capt. Eoyal Engineers, 16th November, 1842. To accompany Colonel 
Oldfield's letter No. 127, dated Nov. 26th, 1842, referring to paragraphs 1 to 4. 
J. Oldfield, Colonel Staff, Commandg. Eoyal Engineer in Canada. 29th November, 
1842. Copy. Ed. Pilkington, Draftsman. 

Scale, 1 inch to 100 yards. 254 x 33. 

h 2. — Sketch shewing the lots in the Village of Barriefield and in vicinity of 
the proposed Eedoubt No. 2 and Towers B and C, together with such buildings 
as have been erected since 1840. With references- and notes. C. E. Wilkinson, 
Capt., Eoyal Engineers, 16th November, 1842. To accompany Colonel Oldfield's 
letter No. 127 dated Nov. 26th, 1842 referring to par. 1 to 4. J. Oldfield, Colonel 
Staff, Comg. Eoyal Engineer in Canada, 29 November, 1842. Copy. Fred. 
Torrens, Capt., 23rd Fusiliers, Asst. E. E. 224 x 34. 

c 3. — Plan shewing the extent of ground to be purchased in and around the 
Town, with reference to the reduced radius proposed in Col. Oldfield's letter 
dated, 26th Nov. 1842, par. 5. With return shewing the value of the lots. Copy. 
J. Oldfield, Colonel Staff, Commandg. Eoyal Engineers in Canada, 29th Nov., 
1842. Fredk. Torrens, Capt. 23rd Fusiliers. Note. — The parts tinted light red 
show the lots recommended to be purchased by the I. G. F. in his letter to the 



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Master General dated 4th Feby., 1841. (and 13 Jany., 1843) in answer sent J. N. 
12th Jany., 1843. Pttrchased, 6 Feby.,'46. 

Scale, 100 yards to 1 inch. 28 x 25|. 

d 4. — Village of Barriefield, Kingston, Plan shewing the extent of ground 
to be purchased in and around the Village with reference to the reduced radius 
proposed in Col. Oldfield's letter, par. 5, dated 26th Nov., 1842. With return 
shewing the value of the lots. 43 E/89 referred to in I. G. F's report, 15th Jany., 
1843. Boundary of Govt. Property edged Eed. Proposed purchase, yellow. J. 
Oldfield, Colonel Staff, Commandg. Eoyal Engineers in Canada, 29th November, 
1842. Copy. Ed. Pilkington, Draftsman. (Pencil note). The parts tinted 
light red show the lots recommended to be purchased by the T. G. F. in his letter 
to the :Master General, dated 4th Feby., 1841. J. N., 12th Jany., 1843. 

Scale, 100 yards to an inch. 22| x 18. 

1852. Part of Kingston. Eeduced from Col. Oldfield's Contoured Plan, dated 26th 
June, 1841. (D3) J. N., 17 Feby., 1845. 171 x 22. 

Coloured MS. unstamped. 0. 

1853. Part of Kingston. Eeduced from Contoured Plan of Point Henry (FF 10) 

for the purpose of putting the Contours upon the General Plan of Kingston 
(A 43) J. N., 31st Dec, 1845. 27^ x 26. 
Coloured MS., unstamped. 0. 

1854. Plan of part of the City of Kingston, shewing the position of the Shoal in the 
Harbour, between Johnson and Union Streets extended, with accurate sound- 
ings. With references by Ed. Pilkington, Draftsman, 31st May, 1847. Explana- 
tions, Eemarks and Table of Stations, Courses and Distances. To accompany 
C. E. E's. Minute to the Hd. Qrs. Eesp. Officers, dated 31st May, 1847. Thomas 
Fraser Gibbs, Deputy Prov. Surveyor, Kingston, 13th February, 1847. W. C E. 
Holloway, Colonel Comg. Eoyal Engineer, to accompany C. E. E. 

Scale, two chains to one inch. 21J x 29|-. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

1855. Kingston Mills. Sketch of the Land to be leased as a Mill site together with 
the Water privilege tinted yellow. Eoyal Engineers Office, Bytown, 18th June, 
1847. Eras. Eingler Thomson, Lt. Col. Eyl. Engrs. With notes. 

Scale, 5 chains to 1 inch. 16 x 12^. 
Original coloured MS. 0. 

1856. Kingston, C. W. Sketch shewing the portion of the Cataraqui Bay, near the 
Tete de Pont Barracks proposed to be filled in with refuse stone retained by a 
line of cribwork. With notes. With references to the Communication to the 
Military Secretary, dated 21st June, 1848. W. C. E. Holloway, Colonel Conung. 
E. Engr. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. I7i x Hi. 
Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

1857. Sketch of part of Lot No. 34, Lot No. 35, and part of the Kingston Mill 
reserve, 4th Con., Township of Kingston, County of Frontenac, shewing the error 
in the survey made in 1833 under the orders of Commodore Barrie, E. N. and the 
discrepancy between that survey and the Original Patent granted in 1817 to Lieut. 
Col. Cockburn. With notes. Copy of Sketch accompanying Mr. Burrows' appli- 
cation to the Ees. Officers, Kingston, 28 July, 1848. 17| x 22|. 

Scale, 100 yards to an inch. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

1858. Ridean Canal. Sketch shewing Lots 35 and 36 in the 4th Con., Township of 
Kingston. Eeference shewing the portions of land which would be taken from 



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the Ordnance by Mr. T. Burrows' side line. Koyal Engineers Office, Bytown, 
1st Dec., 1848. C. E. Ford, Capt., El. Engineers. F. W. King, Lt. Rl. Engrs., 
30/11/48. (Copy.) With alterations and additions of part of a Sketch signed by 
Mr. T. Burrows, C. W.. dated 25th July, 1839. Nelson Walker, surveyor and 
draftsman, El. Engrs. Dept., 1st Dec, 1848. 

Scale, 5 chains=l inch. IT^ x 22i. 

Coloured MS. 0. 

1859. Kingston — Plan shewing the Portions of Ordnance Property, tinted green, 
exchanged for Water Lot J, tinted yellow, by Deeds dated 11th May, 1848, agree- 
ably to the Board's Order, dated 24th December, 1846. With notes. To accompany 
the C. E. E's. letter to the I. G. F. dated 31st March, 1849. No. 1265. Witli 
references to buildiugs. W. C. E. Holloway, Colonel Comg. El. Engr. Ed. Pilk- 
ington. Draftsman. 

Scale, 3 chains to an inch. 22^ x 16|. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1860. Rideau Canal. Sketch to accompany Eeport dated 30th Dec, 1848, relative to 
Land at Kingston Mills. With references and note. Eoyal Engineers Office, 
Bytown. 3rd January. 1849. Charles E. Ford, Captn. Rl. Engineer. Fred W. 
King, Lieut. El. Engrs., 30th Dec, 1848. S. P. No. 48/8. 

Scale, 5 chains to an inch. 16i x 11. 
Coloured MS. copy. 0. 

1861. Kingston. Plans of Buildings as Executed at the Tete de Pont Barracks and 
Commissariat Forage Yard. 1848. A series of three pages of plans by Ed. 
Pilkington, draftsman. Head Quarters, Eoyal Engineers Office, Montreal, • 11th 
August, 1849. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineers, Canada, 18th August, 
1849. Dimensions of each page, 39 x 25;f. 

CONTENTS. 

1 Eelative Sketch, Commissariat Forage Yard. 

2 Plan of Hay Barn. 

3 Plan of the Granary. Page 1. 
Tete de Pont Barracks. 

4 Plan of Ash Bin. 

5 Plan of Ablution House. 

6 Plan of Wash House. Page 2. 
Plan of Houses Q and P. 

1 Appropriated as Soldiers' Barracks and Prison Establishment. 

Plan of A. B. C. D. Eange. 
8 Appropriated as Canteen. 

Barrack Office and Stores. 
Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

1862. Kingston, Plan of the Commissariat Establishment, connecting the advanced 
Battery with the Casemated Eedoubt, Point Henry. Provided for by item 153J 
of the Barrack A. E. for 1841-42 and 224 for 1842-43. Transmitted agreeably to 
Section 12, paragraph 2, of the Engrs. Code. J. Oldfield, Colonel Staff Command- 
ing Eoyal Engineer in Canada. 25th January, 1843. To accompany the Comg. 
El. Engrs. letter No. 5 of 25th January, 1843. (Signed) W. C. Ward, Lt. Col. 
Royal Engrs., 22 Jan., 1843. (Copy). Rd. Pilkington, Draftsman. With pencil 
notes by S. B. H. and W. C. E. H., and a memo, by W. C. E. HoUoway, Colonel R. 
Engrs., Devonport, 7th Jany., 1850, attached. 

Scale for plan, 20 feet to an inch ; scale for sections and elevations, 10 feet to 
an inch. 34^ x 21J. 



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Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifica- 
tions and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

1863. Kingston, C. W. Plan and Section of Fort Henry, shewing the present Escarp 
and Counterscarp of the Work and the existing and proposed formation of the' 
Glacis. With notes and references. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, 
Canada, 30th Jany., 1850. C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 11th Jany., 1850. 
Charles Sedley, Lieut., E. E., 10th Jany., 1850. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 39 x 18. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1864. Survey of Kingston, C. W., Embracing a. Circle of about two miles round the 
Tete de Pont Barracks, and shewing the Contours, Soundings and Ship's course 
on entering the Harbour. Eeferences, and attached statistical statement. Notes. 
C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Colonel, El. Engineers, 25th June, 1850. Henry Vavasour, 
Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada, 5th August. 

Scale, 400 feet to one inch. 74-| x 45J. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

1865. Kingston — Four Coloured Litho. Plans of Ordnance Property. 0. 

a — Kingston — Horse Shoe Island. Plan of the Military Eeserve. Total Con- 
tent, 110 acres. C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. D. Comg. Eoyal Engineer, 1st August, 
1850. George F. Dawson, Lieut. E. E., 29th July, 1850. Copied from Lieut 
Sedley's Plan dated 28th Nov., 1849. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, 
Canada. 26th October, 1850. 

Scale of 400 yards to one inch. 15J x 12. 

h — Kingston — Plan of the Ordnance Property — South-half of lot No. 16. 
Total Content 139^ 29. 99p. This property was surrendered to the Ordnance by 
Mr. Stewart. C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. D. Comg. Engr., 27th July, 1850. 
Copied from perambulation plan No. 1, of Kingston. George F. Dawson, Lieut. 
E. E., 27 July, 1850. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada, 26tb 
October. 1850. 

Scale, 500 feet to one inch. 12 x 15. 

c — Kingston, C. W. — Plan of Ordnance property on Western side of Harbour. 
Total content in acres 309^ l"" 15p. C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. D. Comg. Engineer, 
1st August, 1850. Chas. Sedley, Lieut. E. E. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. EL 
Engineer, Canada, 26th October, 1850. 

Scale of 500 feet to one inch. 15 x 12. 

d — Kingston, C. W. Plan of Ordnance Property, eastern side of Harbour. 
Total content, 822 acres. John Y. Moggridge, Lieut. -El. Engineers, 26th July, 
1850. C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. D. Comg. Eoy, Engineer, 27th July, 1850. 
Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada, 26th October, 1850. 

Scale, 800 feet to one inch. 15 x 12. 

1866. Kingston — Plan of part of the Ordnance Property on the Eastern side of the 
Harbour, shewing, in yellow, the line of Fence from A to B recently erected 
between Mr. March's Farm and the Ordnance Property. To accompany the Com- 
manding Eoyal Engineer's letter to the Inspector Genl. of Fortifications, 
Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada, 29th October, 1850. Copy. 
Ed. Pilkington, Draftsman. 

Scale of 400 feet to an inch. 22 x 12. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the 
Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1867. Sketch of part of the City of Kingston, laid down together with the numbers, 
distances, &c., in Black Ink, correctly extracted, on an enlarged scale from a 



234 

true copy of Samuel S. Wilmot's, Esq. Proviueial Land Surveyor's Original 
Map delineating his survey and the completion of this city, under instructions 
from the Surveyor General in 1817 and 18; and from which he furnished the 
Surveyor General's Department with the Map and the forms of that survey. The 
parts or numbers in Ked Ink on this sketch are additions of my own. References. 
Kingston, 12th May, 1857. Duplicate. William H. Kilborn, Provincial Land 
Surveyor. 

Scale one chain to an inch. 

Original uncoloured MS. 8. 

1868. Kingston — Plans of the Commissioners House, Naval Premises, Point 
Frederick, now occupied by the Ordnance Storekeeper. To accompany my report 
of the 11th March, 1854. Alex. Gordon, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers. W. Mahoney, 
Fm. of Works, 10/3/54. 

Scale, 10 feet=l inch. 

Original coloured MS., from C series. 

1869. Kingston, Plan of the Ordnance Property, South-half of Lot No. 16. Total 

content 139% 20- 99^. No. 24. This property was surrendered to the Ordnance 
by Mr. Stewart. C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. D. Cg. Ryl. Engr., 27 July, 1850. 
Geo. F. Dawson, Lt. R. E., 27th July, 1850. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada, 26 October, 1850. Adapted to show leases to Mr. Revell and Dr. 
Sampson. To accompany the Comg. Royal Engineer's letter to the Inspector 
Genl. of Fortifications, dated 3rd May, 1856. No. 97. W. R. Ord, Col. Cg. R. 
Engrs., Canada, 3 May, 1856. Copied from perambulation plan No. 1 of Kingston. 
Coloured litho. copy, bearing Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1870. Copy of Provl. L. Surveyor Aitkin's Plan of the Town of Kingston (A. 34). 

Crown Lands Ofiice, Toronto, 18th Feb., 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner 
of Crown Lands. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. J. W. B. 18* x 11-|. 

Coloured MS. P. 

1871. Copy of part of the Office Plan of Kingston. Crown Lands Office, Toronto, 
18th Feby., 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commissioner of Crown Lands. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. J. W. B. 18 x lli. 
Coloured MS. P. 

1872. Copy of Kllburn's Plan of Kingston (in part). Office Copy, dated March 
12th, 1814. Crown Lands Office, Toronto, 3rd March, 1857. (Signature omitted). 
Commissioner of Crown Lands. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. J. W. B. 11 x 17. 
Coloured MS. copy. S. 

1873. Copy of part of a Plan of the Town of Kingston, shewing the Military Keser- 
vations. Chewett and Ridout, Actg. Surveyors Genl., dated York, 5th Oct., 1810. 
Crown Lands Office, Toronto, 1857. Joseph Cauchon, Commr. of Crown Lands. 

Scale 200 feet to an inch. J. W. B. 18 x 11^. 
Coloured MS. copy. S. 

1874. Tracing of part of Office Plan of Kingston, shewing Garrison Reserve and 
adjoining Lots. J. W. B. Crown Lands Office, Toronto, 9th March, 1857. Joseph 
Cauchon, Commr. of C. Lands. 18 x llj. 

Coloured MS. P. 

1875. Kingston — Plan and Section of Powder Magazine at the Market Battery. 

with notes. H. Servante, Colonel, Comg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. Copy, Charles 
Walkem, Surveyor and draftsman, Hd. Qr. R. E. Office, Montreal, 17 June, 1861. 



235 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch, llj x 18. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications. 0. 

1876. Kingston. — Sketch shewing Ground proposed for a Skating Rink. Geo. A. 
Kirkpatrick, 1862. 5x8. 

Original uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1877. Plan and Section of a Proposed Embankment Across the River Cataraqui. 

Messrs. Innes, Civil Engineers, 7th Nov., 1869. 31 x 25|. 

Scale of plan, 12 chains, of section, 20 feet (to an inch). 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1878. Kingston — Ordnance Property — Lands and Buildings handed to the Dom- 
inion Government in 1870 and 1871 — A series of six plans. Coloured MS. 
copies bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

a No. 1. — Royal Artillery Park and Market Battery. Plan shewing the abovo 
properties. Reference. R. G. Hamilton Col. C. R. E., 10th June, 1871. Comp. 
J. N., 25th June, 1871. Traced from a plan compiled and drawn under the 
direction of the C. R. E. in Canada, Chas. Walkem, S. and Draftsman, Montreal, 
1869. W. B. Hurst, Lt. R. E., 14th March, 1871. 

Scale, 80 feet to one inch. 23 x 17|. 

h 2.— Tete de Pont Barracks. References. R. G. Hamilton, Col. C. R. E , 
10th June, 1871. Compared with the original in the C. R. E. Office, dated Mon- 
treal, 1869. Chas. Walkem, Surveyor and Draughtsman. Copied by H. P. Kirk- 
wood, Lt. R. E., 3/3/70. 

Scale, 80 feet to one inch. 23 x 17|. 

c 3.— Water Lots, &c. R. G. Hamilton, Col. C. R. E., 10th June, 1871. The 
original compiled from various sources in the Hd. Qr. Rl. Engrs. Office, Montreal, 
1869-70. C. W. Traced by Donat O'Brien, Lieut. Rl. Engrs., March, 1871. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 23 x 17|. 

d 4— Fort Henry— Advanced Battery, &c. R. G. Hamilton, Col. C. R. E. 
10th June ,1871. Copied from Ordnancie Survey Plan with additions in the 
Hd. Qr. Royal Engineers Office, Montreal, 1869. C. W. Traced W. B. Hurst, 
Lt. R. E., 1/3/71. 

Scale, %50o or 25.344 miles to 1 inch. 17| x 23. 

e 5 — Plan shewing the Naval and W. D. proi^erty at Point Frederick. R. G. 
Hamilton, Col., C. R. E., 10th June, 1871. Copied from plan prepared under 
direction of C. R. E. in Canada. Montreal, 1869-70. Chas. Walkem, S. and 
Draftsman. H P Kirkwood. Lt. R. E., 15th March, 1871. Compared with the 
original C. W. 24/3/71. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 17f x 23. 

/ 6 — Plan shewing the different Naval and War Department Properties 
handed over to the Dominion Government. References. The colouring and refer- 
ences to the properties compiled from information in the Commandg Royal Engrs. 
Office, Quebec, March, 1871. R. G. Hamilton, Col. C. R. E., 10th June, 1871. 

Scale, six inches to a mile. 49i x 30. 

Photozincographed plan. 

1879. Plan of the Harbour of Kingsville, lake Erie. William Kingsford, Engineer 
in Charge. Surveyed and plotted by Henry S. Langton, C. E., Sept. 6th, 1873. 
Notes. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 28| x 26^. 

Original, bearing the stamp ' Department of Public Works, March 6, 1874.' W. 

1880. Cartes des Lacs du Canada pour servir a I'histoire Generale des Voyages. 

Par M. B. Ing. de la Mar. Publiee en 1780. 

Echelle de lieues communes de France, 50=1^ pouces Anglais. 11 x 7i. 
Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 



236 

1881. Lake Erie. See also Erie District and Fort Erie. 

1882. Plan shewing Townships between Lake Erie and River Thames. 1810. 

18J X 13|. 

Original, uncoloured MS. *S^. 

1883. Lake Erie — Plan of the Attack made upon Fort Erie (Tipper Canada), by 

the Eight Division of the British Army, under the command of Lt. Genl. Drum- 
mond, in August and Sept., 1814. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Cg. R. Engineer in Can- 
ada, Quebec, 27th July, 1815. To Capt. Romilly, Capt. Rl. Engineers, Niagara 
Frontier. George Phillpotts, Lieut. Royal Engineers. 22 x 34. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1884. North Shore of Lake Erie. No. 19. belonging to Report 82. 1815. 49 x 18. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1885. Survey of Lake Erie, in the Years 1817 and 1818, by Lieut. Henry W. Bay- 
field, R. N. All the soundings are in feet. The original of this map was borrowed 
from the Admiralty. Insets. — A survey of the entrance of the River Niagara and 
survey of the mouth of" the River Detroit. Copied by J. Nightingale, 9th Jany., 
1828. 49 X 22. 

Coloured MS. copy of an Admiralty plan, bearing the Inspector General of 
Fortifications and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1886. North America — Lake Erie — Compiled from the Surveys of Lieut. Henry W. 
Bayfield, R. N., 1817-1818 and from the United States surveys, 1849. Ad- 
miralty chart, 8th July, 1864. 40^'- x 27. 

TJncoloured litho, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1887. A Sketch of the Communication between Erie and Huron, by T. S. of Sand- 
wich, IT. C, 1815. No. 22. Copy of a chart accompanying Commodore Sir E. 
Owen's report, 1816, now in the Colonial Office; embraces the navigation from 
Pt. au Playe on Lake Erie to Riviere aux Ecorces and Turkey Creek. 

Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 23 x 19^. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

1888. Plan of the Islands at the West End of Lake Erie from their latitudes and 
bearings, August, 1815. No. 20. W. F. W. Owen. Accompanying the report of 
Commodore Sir E. Owen, 1816. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 12J x lOj. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1889. Lake Erie, compiled from surveys made under the direction of the Bureau of 
Topographical Engineers, War Department, in obedience to Acts of Congress re- 
quiring the siirvey of the Northern and North Western Lakes, and from other 
reliable information. 1849. Reduction for engraving by John Lambert, Draughts- 
man, under the direction of Capt. T. Lees, Corps Top. Engrs., Washington, 1853. 

Scale, %ooooo ab. 6 miles to 1 inch. 41^ x 26|. 
Uncoloured chart. 8. 

1890. Plan of the Two Creeks on Lake Erie. Surveyed in Sept., 1861, by F. A. Wise. 
John Page, Chief Engr. P. Works. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch, Msoo- 21i x 30. 
Original. W. 

1891. Sketch of the Country between Lake Huron and Owen Sound, shewing the 
Southern Boundary of the Tract ceded to Mr. Oliphant last year and the proposed 
road from Owen Sound to Saugeen. Endorsed ' Copy forwarded with Despatches.' 
30 X 11. 

Original coloured MS. 8. 



1892. Lake Huron. — Sheets III. and V. Published by the British Admiralty, Sept- 
ember, 1828. 

Uncoloured print, bearing the Board of Works stamp. W. 

1893. Sketch of Lake Huron. (Plan E). Quebec, 6th Dec:, 1788. Gother Mann. 
Capt. Comg. R. Engineer. Insets. — ' Falls of St. Mary.' and ' Matchadosh Bay.' 
Notes. Enclosure in Lord Dorchester's letter No. 58, Quebec, 24th October, 1790. 

Scale, 12| miles=l inch. 29 x 20J. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1894. Sketch of Lake Huron — 1788. Circumnavigated by Gother Mann, Capt. Com- 
manding El. Engr., in Canada. With insets. — Sketch of the Falls of St. Mary, 
and Sketch of Matchadosh Bay. 

Scale, 70 Statute miles to 5 inches. 29| x 21-i. 

Original and replica, coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of 
Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications. 0. 

1895. A Chart of the Eastern Coasts of Lake Huron and of its relative connexion 
with some of the principal place.s on the other Lakes. Nov., 1815. W. F. W. Owen. 
No. 29a. Copy, E. E. Vidal. Copy of the original chart accompanying Commo- 
dore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Scale,. 3 leagues to one inch. 24^ x 21;^. 
Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1896. Lake Huron — A Plan of the Harbour of Pennetanguishene, taken October, 
1815, by Capt. W. F. W. Owen, R. N. No. 29e. Original plan accompanied 
Commodore Sir E. Owen's report on Communications, 1816. 18 x 261. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1897. A Plan of the Straits from Lake Huron into the Manitoulin Lake from the 
Open Gap to Cabot's Head, from a survey made 26th, 27th and 28th Sept., 1815. 
No. 291). W. F. W. Owen. Copy. E. E. Vidal. With notes on the area covered, 
the scale and the nature of the land. Copy from the original accompanying Com- 
modore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Scale, 1 mile=l inch. 25-J x 18-}. 
Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1898. Lake Huron. This map was reduced from a Survey made by Lieutenant Bay- 
field, E. N., in the years 1819, '20, '21 and '22. The original, to twice this scale,' 
was borrowed from the Admiralty. Drawn by S. B. Howlett. Inspector General's 
Office, Jany. 21st, 1828. 

Scale, 5 inches to a degree. 32 x 28J. • 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1899. North America — Lake Huron — From the United States Coast Survey, 1856-60. 
The Canadian Coa.st from Captn. H. W. Bayfield's Survey, 1822. Notes. Ad- 
miralty chart, 14th February, 1865. 26^ x 39. 

Uncoloured litho., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1900. Reduction of Plan of Exploration of the North Shore of Lake Huron by 

Albert PeUew Slater, P. L. S. Thomas Devine, S. & D. Crown Lands Department. 
Toronto, 15th April, 1856. Joseph Cauehon, Commissioner of Crown Lands. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 40 x 25. 

Uncoloured print. 

1901. Reduction of Mr. Salter's Plan of Exploration of the North Shore of Lake 
Huron. No. 7. By T. Devine, C. L. O. Crown Lands Department, Toronto, 
Feby., 1857. Joseph Cauehon, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Maclear & Co., 
Litho. Toronto. 



238 

Scale, six miles to an inch. 51i x 17*. 
TJncoloured print. 

1902. Topographical Plan of the North Shore of Lake Huron, shewing P. L. S. 
Albert P. Salter's recent survey. Crown Land Survey of Canada, the Honourable 
L. V. Sicotte Commissioner, List of authorities. Engraved by Maclear & Co., 
Toronto. Compiled and drawn by Thomas Devine, Surveyor and Draftsman. 
Surveyors' Branch West, Joseph Bouchette, Deputy Surveyor General. Crown 
Lands Department, Toronto, 15 April, 1858. L. V. Sicotte, Commissioner of 
Crown Lands. 

Scale, six miles to an inch. 51^ x 25. 
Uncoloured print. 

1903. Plan of part of the North Shore of Lake Huron shewing the subdivision of 
the New Townships. Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, January, 1863. Wra. 
McDougall, Commissioner; Examined, T. Devine, Head of Snrvey, TJ.C. 

Scale, six miles to an inch. 30i x 19. 
Coloured litho. 

1904. Topographical Plan of the North Shore of Lake Huron, shewing recent sur- 
veys. Department of Crown Lands, Toronto, 31st December, 1872. R. W. Scott, 
Commissioner. Examined, T. Devine, Surveyor in Chief. 

Scale, six miles to an inch. 50 x 24. 
Coloured litho. 

1905. Topographical Plan of part of Lake Nipissing and Sturgeon River, by A. 

Murray, Esq., Asst. Provl. Geologist, 1854-55-56. G. Matthews, Litho., Montreal. 
Sheet 8. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 

Uncoloured litho. 

1906. Carte du Lac Ontario et des habitations qui I'environnent. Ensemble du pays 
que Messrs. Dolier et Galine, Missionaires du Seminaires de St. Sulpice, ont par- 
couru. Carte du Canada et des Terres decouvertes vers le lac Derrie, voir la 
lettre de M. Talon du 10 9bre, 1670. Copied from Francis Parkman's copy, in 
Harvard University, July 7th, 1882. John S. Clark. Inscribed. " This map was 
issued with Vol. IV of the Ontario Historical Societies ' Papers and Records ' to 
accompany Mr. J. H. Coyne's translation of the ' Exploration of the Great Lakes, 
1669-70. Galine's narrative and map.' " 

Echelle de 20 lieues franQoises=l| pouces Anglais. 34 x 18. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1907. A Survey of Lake Ontario done by H. Laforce of the Naval Department and 
Lewis Kotte, Assistant Engineer, the North Shore in 1783 and the East and 
South Shores in 1789 by order of His Excellency the Rt. Honble. Lord Dorchester, 
Governor and Commander in Chief, &c. Copied from the original Survey in the 
Drawing Room of the Engineers Department at Quebec, by Wm. Hall, Draughts- 
man. Examined, Gother Mann, Capt. Commandg. Rl. Engr. Insets. — Toronto 
Bay, Kingston and Oswego. Enclosed in Lord Dorchester's letter No. 58. Quebec, 
24th October, 1790. Vol. 47. 

Scale of miles, 15=10i inches. 113 x 48. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1908. Survey of the Northern and North Western Lakes, made in obedience to Acts 
of Congress and orders from the Headquarters of the Corps of Engineers, War 
Department. Lake Ontario. Coast Chart No. 5. Thirty Mile Point to Port 
Dalhousie. Projected from a trigonometrical survey, executed under the orders 
of Major C. B. Comstock, Corps of Engineers, Bvt. Brigadier Gen. U. S. A. in 
1875. Published in 1878. 



239 

Scale, %oooo or 1| miles= 1 inch. 36 x 25. 
Uncoloured MS. chart. 

1909. Lake Ontario. — ^Eeduced from a Survey by the Admiralty in 1816. ' The Eoads 
and Rivers on the American side and the interior, have been added from De 
Witte, Bouchette and Chewett, for the purpose of general information, and are by 
no means to be considered as forming part of the survey.' Reduced by S. B, 
Hewlett, Inspector General's Office, 30th April, 1828. 

Scale, 60 miles to 7* inches. 30f x 23i. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Forti- 
fications stamps. 0. 

1910. Lake Ontario and the Back Communication with Lake Huron. Surveyed by 
Capt. W. F. W. Owen, R. N., 1817. Corrected to 1863. Admiralty Chart issued 
11/79. No. 1152. 36i x 23i. 

Uncoloured plate. 

1911. Chart of Lake Ontario. Compiled from Surveys made by Capt. Owen and 
Lieut. Herbert, R. N. and Capt. Ford, TJ. S. N.— With the Harbours and Ports 
of the Lake. Surveyed by Edward M. Hodder, Esqre., M.D., Commodore of the 
Royal Canadian Yacht Club. Lithographed, printed and published by W. C. 
Chewett & Co., Toronto, 1866. With numerous insets. 33i x 24. 

Coloured litho. 8. 

1912. Chart of Lake Ontario. Compiled from Surveys made by Capt. Owen and 
Lieut. Herbert, R.N., and Capt. A. Ford, U.S.N., with the Harbours and Ports 
of the Lake. Surveyed by Edward M. Hodder, Esqre., M.D., Commodore of the 
Royal Canadian Yacht Club. Lithographed, Printed and Published by W, C. 
Chewett & Co., Toronto, 1863. Insets. Whitby Harbour, Presqu'il Harbour, Sacketts 
Harbour, Oswego Harbour, Port of Oakville, Port Dalhousie, Port Darlington, 
Port of Genesee, Big Sodus Bay, Little Sodus Bay, Mouth of Niagara River, 
Toronto Harbour, Burlington Bay Canal, Port of Oshawa, Port Hope, Coburg, 
Pickering or Liverpool, Port Ontario. 36 x 25. 

Tinted litho., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1913. Sacketts. 1815. No. 43. Copy of Plan accompanying Commodore Sir E. 
Owen's report on communications, 1816. With references. Copy, E. E, Vidal. 

Scale, half an inch to a mile. 17 x 11|. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

1914. Survey of the North Shore, Lake Ontario, taken in the years 1783 and 1789 
by Messrs. Kotte and LaForce. With Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1815. 

Scale of geographical miles, 10=6J inches. 
Scale of statute miles, 10=5| inches. 90 x 27|. 
Copy from Q series. 

1915. Sketch of the Communication between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. 1796. 

Scale of Miles, 1=1 inch. 41 x 14. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1916. Plan of Lake Ontario, with insets of Baye de Cataraqui, the entrance to the 
Niagara River, with Soundings. D. B. Crownpoint, July 31st, 1760. 

Scale, 1 lieue a un pouce. 19 x 15. 
TJncoloured MS. copy from B series. 

1917. A Survey of Lake Ontario done by H. Laforce of the Naval Department and 
Lewis Kotte, Assistant Engineer. The north shore in 1783, and the east and south 
shores in 1789 by order of His Excellency the Rt. Honble. Lord Dorchester, Gov- 
ernor and Commander in Chief, &c., &c. Examined, Gother Mann, Capt., 



240 

Commandg. Koyal Engr. With inset Plans of Toronto Bay, Kingston Harbour, 
and the entrance of the Harbour of Oswego. Copied from the original survey in 
the Drawing Koom of the Engineers Department at Quebec, by Wm. Hall, 
draughtsman. Endorsed — Referred to by Lord Dorchester in his letter. 

Coloured MS. copy of a plan in the Colonial Office Library, London. 

Also MS. copy, Endorsed, ' Enclosed in Lord Dorchester's letter No. 5, Que- 
bec, 24th October, 1790. No. 47.' from Q series. 

Scale of maps, 3 miles to 2 inches. Six sections of 40^ x 27* each, also, a 
Key Map of 20^ x 27*. 

1918. The Upper Gap between Amherst Island and Prince Edwards County and 
the Netley's Gap between the False Ducks on Lake Ontario, 30th June, 1815. 
By Capt. W. F. W. Owen, R.N. No. 5. Original with Commodore Sir E. Owen's 
Report, 1816. 

Scale, 1 Geographic mile to 2 inches. 25:1 x 35^. 
ITncoloured MS. from Q series. 

1919. Plan of the Coast from Missisaga to Four Mile Creek, by T. ChilHngsworth, 
Master, R. N., 1815. Soundings in feet. Copy, E. E. Vidal. No. 13. Original, 
with Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Scale, 250 yards to one inch. 29 x 13f. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1920. Sketch of the 18 and 20 Mile Creeks on Lake Ontario, by T. Chillingsworth, 
1815. No. 14. Original, with Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 28 x 29. 
ITncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1921. Plan of Lake St. Clair, with part of the River Thames, shewing Reserves. 

8x6i._ 

Original, uncoloiired MS. from Askin papers. 

1922. Chart of Lake St. Francis with the several Islands and Shoals, and the present 
navigated channel laid down from D. Thompson's Chart, and recent surveys. 
Office of Public Works, 1850. 

Scale in British statute miles, l=2i inches. 50| x 29|. 
Original. W. 

1923. Sketch shewing the Present and Proposed Channel through the Narrows of 
Lake Simcoe. Toronto, 6th June, 1856. 

Scale, 7 feet=3 inches. 32^ x 261. 
Original. W. 

1924. Map shewing Present and Proposed Channel through the Narrows, Lake 
Simcoe. C. McCarthy. 

Scale of feet, 15=6 inches. 294 x 27h 
Original. W. 

1925. Lake Superior. Surveys of Lake Superior by Lieut. H. W. Bayfield, assisted by 
Mr. Philip Ed. Collins, Mid., between the years 1823 and 1825. Sheet 1. Inset.— 
Track survey of River St. Louis. Published by the British Admiralty, 18th June, 

1828. 

1926. Plan of the North Shore of Lake Superior, 1863. Department of Crown Lands, 
Quebec, January, 1863. Wm. McDougall, Commissioner. Examined, T. Devine, 
Head of Surveys, U. C. H. E. Hayward, Draftsman. 

Scale, 10 miles to IJ inches. 32-1 x 7|. 
Coloured litho. 



241 

1927. Map shewing Line of Route between Lake Superior and Red River Settle- 
ment, compiled from S. J. Dawson's Exploratory Surveys and map in Department 
of Crown Lands 0. By A. L. Kussell. 1S68. Hunter, Kose & Co., Ottawa, Toronto. 

Scale, ten miles to an inch. 55 x 28^. 
Coloured litho. 

1928. Plan of the North Shore of Lake Superior. 1872. Department of Crown Lands, 
Toronto, December, 1872. R. W. Scott, Commissioner. Examined, T. Device, 
Surveyor in Chief, Ontario. Copp, Clark & Co., Litho., Toronto. 

Scale of miles. 9=1 inch. 30| x 34. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1929. Geological Map of the Lake of the Woods and adjacent country, Geological 
Survey of Canada. By Eobert Bell, LL.D., M.D., C.E. Compiled and drawn by 
A. P. Low, B.Sc. 1881. Geological notes. Burland litho., Montreal. 

Scale in miles, 4^1 inch. 37 x 19. 
Coloured litho. 

1930. Map of Lanark County and parts of Renfrew and Leeds, Province of Ontario. 
Geologically shaded to illustrate the Report of Mr. Henry G. Vennor, 1874-1875. 
Geological Survey of Canada. Alfred C. Selwyn, F.E.S., Director. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 13i x 17. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1931. Postal Map of the Counties of Lanark, Leeds S., Brockville, Leeds and Gren- 
ville N., Grenville S., Dundas, Carleton, Russell, Stormont, Prescott, Cornwall 
and Glengary, Ontario, Canada. 1st January, 1879. References. 

Scale, 6 miles to 1 inch. 25 x 18. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1932. Map of the Counties of Lanark and Renfrew, Canada "West, from actual sur- 
vey, under the direction of H. J. Walling. Published by A. P. Putnam, Prescott, 
C.W. 1863. Views. 

Scale, 10 miles^=6%6 inches. 55 x 54. 
Coloured print. 

1933. Diagram of the Township of Leeds. Toronto, 26th March, 1834. J. Radenhurst. 
Copy. J. G. C, S.G.O. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 18 x 39J. 
Coloured MS., bearing stamp R. E. Office. 0. 

1934. Postal Map of the Counties of Lincoln, Monck and Welland and parts of the 
adjacent Counties, in the Province of Ontario. - L. F. A. Maingy, Draughtsman, 
Post Office Department, Ottawa, Canada. 

Scale, 6 miles to 1 inch. 13 x 18. 
Uncoloured litho. 

1935. Little Current Channel, Algoma, Ont. Public "Works Dept. Inset map of 
environs, scale 1 mile to 1 inch. Pencil note. Surveyed by E. S. Farijana in 

1880. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 38 x 25^. 
Department of Public "Works. IF. 

1936. Plan of the Gravelled and other Roads within Seven Miles of the City of 
London, Ontario. About 1855-6. Intelligence Branch, Militia Dept., Canada, 
Xov. 22nd, 1904. 

Scale, 60 chains to an inch. 22| x 21. 
Original coloured MS. M. 
233—16 



1937. Plan of the Town of London, C. W. Published by Robert Eeid, Bookseller, 
Dundas Street, London. 

Scale, 5 chains to one inch. 24 x 45. 
Uncoloiired print. 

1938. Rough Sketch of Ground in the Vicinity of London. Eeferences. 

Scale, 4 inches to one mile. 35^ x 45J. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 

1939. London, Canada. Plan shewing the Boundaries marked on the Ground of the 
Military Reserve belonging to the Ordnance in the Town and Township of Lon- 
don, County of Middlesex, Canada West, as surveyed by Mr. J. J. Passmore, Prov. 
Land Surveyor, between the months of October and Nov., 1853. Table of contents. 
Description, &c. F. F. Passmore, Provincial Land Surveyor, Toronto, Dec. 24th, 
1853. Verified by Resdor A. Wilkinson, Lieut R. E. 24th Dec, 1853. L. H. 
Shortt and J. C. Lawrence, Chain Bearers. W. R. Ord, Colonel Cg. Rl. Engr. 
Canada, 1855. Alex. Gordon, Lieut. Colonel, Dist. Comg. Royal Engr., Kingston, 
C. W., 20 October, 1854. Compared and assimilated with the duplicate plan kept 
on record in the Office of the Commandg. Royal Engineer in Canada. Charles 
WaUiem, Surveyor and Draughtsman, Hd. Qrs. Rl. Engrs. Office, Montreal, 16th 
March, 1855. Bears the signatures of some of the proprietors. 

Scales, 2 chains to 1 inch. 52 x 30. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

1940. Ordnance Ground in London, C. W. William R. Best, City Engineer, London, 
C. W., Dec. 26, 1856. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 25^ x 38^. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1941. Ordnance Ground — London, C. W. William R. Best, City Engineer, London, 
C. W., December, 1856. 

Scale, apparently two chains to an inch. 25^ x 38i. 
Coloured MS. copy. 8. 

1942. Standard Topographical Map. Ontario — London Sheet. Norfolk, Brant 
and Oxford and portions of Elgin, Haldimand, Wentworth, Middlesex, Huron, 
Perth, Waterloo, and Halton Counties. Department of the Interior, Canada, 1905. 

Scale, 1^50000 or 3-93 miles to 1 inch. 24 x 36. 
Coloured litho. I. 

1943. Plan of London and Western Districts, shewing the proposed road through 
the Long Woods, entitled ' Copy of a Sketch submitted to His Excellency the 

Lieut. Governor in July, 1819, with some additions made at this time.' Notes 
Endorsed B. 13^x11. 

Single, coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1944. Sketch of the Fork of the River Thames, shewing the Site for the City of 
London. Copy, T. Ridout, S. Genl. Surv. Genl's. Office, 2nd March, 1816. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 7^ x 10. 
IJncoloured MS. copy. 8. 

1945. London. Plan, Section and Elevation of Proposed Commissariat Quarters. 
W. V. Ward, Lt. Col. R. Engrs., 2 July, 1839. R. J. Brown, Major, R. Engrs.; 
Jno. Mabson, Temp. Overseer, London, W.C. 

Scale, 12 feet to 1 inch. lOf x 15|. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

1946. London. Rough Plan shewing the proposed site for Commissariat Officers' 
Quarters, being on the only available ground, already granted. With explanatory 



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note. W. A. Ward, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 2 Feby., 1839. Copied, 21st June, 1839. 
K. Birley, E. E. D., Toronto, W. C. 9| x 4f . 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

1947. London, Military Establishment Reports and 28 Plates bound together under 
the title I 80 — London — Canada — relating to Ordnance Land and Buildings, 

Colonel Holloway, 14th May, 1849— Eeferred to in B. O. dated 4th July, 1849. 

London, No. 1 — General Plan. 
2— Block Plan. 
3 to 18 — Framed Barracks. 
19 to 20 — Log Barracks. 
21 to 25 — Eoyal Artillery Barracks. 
26 to 28 — Commissariat Buildings. 

Total 28 plans. To accompany Eeport called for by the I. G. F's. Min. dated 
6th April, 1848. No. 3080. Accompanying the plans are two Eeports viz.: — "B. 
Eeport shewing the relation and tenure of the land granted or received for Military 
purposes at London, Canada West, accompanied by Eecord Plans, as called for by 
Board's Order, dated 31st March, 1848, M.G./114-1, with reference to the Inspector 
General of Fortifications' Minute of the 21st March, 1848, communicated by the 
I. G. F's. Memo, dated 6th April, 1848 ; No. 3080, signed W. W. Holloway, Colonel, 
Com. El. Engr., 11th May, 1849. To this is appended a Minute of Council of 
24th September, 1840. Signed W. H. Lee, Actg. C. E. C. and certified as a true 
copy by G. W. Houghton, Clerk of the Works, 10/5/49." 

" C. Eeport shewing the construction and probable period of duration of the 
several Buildings appertaining to the Barrack Establishment at London, Canada 
West, as called for by the Board's Order dated 3rd March, 1848, M.S./114-1 with 
reference to the Inspector General of Fortifications' Minute of the 21st March, 
1848, communicated by the I. G. F's. Memo, dated 6th April, 1848, No. 3080. 
* This was also signed W. W. Holloway, Colonel Comg. E. Engrs., 11th May, 1849.' " 
Both Eeports bear the Board of Ordnance stamp, as do cover and title page, which 
also bears the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

a 1. — Plan of the Militai-y Establishment and Eeserve, shewing the relative 
position of the several Barrack Buildings and the Boundary of the Land. T. H. 
Fenwick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 5th April, 1849. Original, W. Wright, Foreman of 
Works, 29/3/49. J. G. Capt. E. E., 2/4/49. 

Scale, 120 feet to an inch. 21f x 33. 

J 2. — ^Block Plan of the Military Eeserve. With references. Ed. Pilkington, 
Draftsman. 

Scale, 330 feet to an inch. 15i x 20. 

c 3. — Framed Barracks, Plan and Section of Ofiicers' Quarters. T. H. Fen- 
wick, Lt. Col. El. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., 14th 
Nov., 1848. Note. No. 1/4/48.. 

Scale 20 feet to an inch. 17| x 14i. 

d 4. — Framed Barracks, Plan and Section of Officers' Privies. T. H. Fenwick, 
Lt. Col. El. Engrs., 19th July, 1849. W. W., F. W. 5/1/49. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 11^ x lOi 

e 5.— Plan and Section of the Officers' Stable, Framed Barracks. T. H. Fen- 
wick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., 14th Nov., 
1848. A. W., F. W., 26/9/48. 11| x lOf. 

/ 6. — Plan and Section of Soldiers' Barracks. Copy. Chas. A, Lancaster, 
Draftsman. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16^ x 22|. 

g 7. — ^Plan and Section of the Soldiers' Cooking House (Framed Barracks). 
T. H. Fenwick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., 
14th Nov., 1848. A. W., F. W., 23/9/48. lOj x 16*. 
233— 16i 



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■ji 8.— Plan and Sections of the Woman's Wasbg. House. (Framed Barracks). 
T. H. Fenwick, Lt. Col. K. Engrs., 15tli Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., 
14th Nov. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 14 x 8-|. 

I 9 — Framed Barracks. Plan and sections of Men's and Women's privies. 
T. H. Eenwick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 19th Eeby., 1849. W. W., F. W., 5/1/19. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 8| x 10|. 

j 10 — Plan and Section of the Engine House, and Provision Store. (Framed 
Barracks). T. H. Eenwick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 15 Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, 
Capt. E. E., 14 Nov., '48. A. K., F. W., 23/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 10| x 8^. 

Jc 11. — Plan and Section of Hospital, (Framed Barracks). Copy, C.A.Lan- 
caster. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 20| x 17. 

I 12. — Plan and Section of the Dead House, Wood Shed, and Straw Store, 
attached to the Hospital. (Framed Barracks). T. H. Eenwick, Lt. Col. El. 
Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., 14th Nov., 1848. A. K. 
F. W., 25/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 13 x 8^-. 

m 13.— Plan and Section of the Hospital Privy. (Framed BaiTacks). T. H. 
Eenwick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt., E. E., 14th 
Nov., 1848. A.K., F. W., 25/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. lOJ x 8i. 

n 14.— Plan and Section of the Canteen. (Framed Barracks). T. H. Een- 
wick, Lt. Col. El. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., Nov. 
14, 1848. A.K., F. W., 25/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 18^ x lOJ. 

,0 15.— Plan and Section of the Garrison Cells for 10 Prisoners. (Framed 
Barracks). T. H. Eenwick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, 
Capt. E. Engrs., 14th Nov., '48. A. K, F.W., lS/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 14 x 8|. 

p 16. — Plan and Section of Guard House and Garrison Defaulter's Eoom. 
(Framed Barracks). T. H. Eenwick, Lt. Col. El. Engrs., 15 Nov., 1848. C. Mc- 
Causland, Capt., E. E., 14 Nov., 1848. A. K, F. W., 26/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. lOf- x 16 1. 

q 17. — Plan and Section of the Ordnance Magazine. (Framed Barracks). T. 
H. Eenwick, Lt. Col. El. Engrs., 15 Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., 14 
Nov., 1848. A.K., F. W., 25/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 14 x 8J. 

r 18. — Plan and Section of the Armourer's Shop. (Framed Barracks). T. H. 
Fenwick, Lt. Col. E. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. A. K., F. W., 25/9/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 12| x 81. 

s 19. — Plan and Section of the Log Huts. Chas. A. Lancaster, Draftsman. 
Copy. 

Scale, 10 feet to one inch. 16^ x 10. 

j; 20. — ^Plan and Section of Log Barrack Hospital, shewing the accommodation 
afforded agreeably to the new Eegulations allowing 600 cubic feet per patient. 
This building is now occupied as a Barrack Store (by authority). Copy, Chas. 
A. Lancaster, Draftsman. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 161 x lOJ. 

u 21.— Plan and Section of the Eoyal Artillery Barrack and Stables. T. H. 
Fenwick, Lt. Col. Eoyal Engineers, 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. E. E., 
14 Nov., '48. W. W., F. W., 2/11/48. 
Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 21i x 16f . 



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V 22. — Rl. Artillery Barracks. Plan and Section of Cook House, Forge and 
Shoeing Shed. T. H. Fenwick, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engineers, 15th Nov., 1848. 
C. McCausland, Capt, R. E., 14 Nov., 1848. W. W. F. W., Y/11/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. lOf x 12^. 

w 23.— Royal Artillery Barracks, Plan and Section of Gun Shed. T. H. Fen- 
wick, Lt. Col. R. Engr., 15 Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. R. Engrs., 14 
Nov., 1848. W. W., F.W, 2/11/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 8i x 15. 

X 24. — Royal Artillery Barracks, Plan and Section of Forage Barn. T. H. 
Fenwick, Lt. Col. R. Engrs., 15 Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. R .E., 14 Nov., 
1848. W. W., F. W., 3/11/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 8| x 12f. 

y 25. — Royal Artillery Barracks, Plan and Section of Men's and Women's 
Privy. C. McCausland, Capt., R. E.. 14 Nov., '48. W. W., F.W., 2/11/48. 

84 X 9. 

z 26. — ^Plan and Section of the Commissariat Office. T. H. Fenwick, Lt. Col. 
R. Engrs., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. R. E., 14th Nov., 1848. W.W., 
F.W., 4/11/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. lOi x 14|. 

aa 2Y. — Plan and Section of Commissariat Store. T. H. Fenwick, Lt. Col. 
R. Engrs., 15 Nov.. 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. R. E., 14th Nov., 1848. W. W., 
F. W., 8/11/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 18 x 15J. 

hh 28. — Plan and Section of the Commissariat Privy. T. H. Fenwick, Lt. 
Col. R. Engr., 15th Nov., 1848. C. McCausland, Capt. R. E., 14th Nov., 1848. 
W. W., F. W., 8/11/48. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. Y| x 11. 

1948. london, C. W. No. 10. Plan of the Military Reserve 74^ 3' ISJp. W. Lam- 
bert, Lieut., Rl. Engrs., 4th July, 1850. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Rl. En- 
gineer, Canada, 26 October, 1850. Drawn in Lithogr. by J. G. Kelly and printed 
at the Lithogr. Establishment. Quar. Mast. Genl. Department, Horse Guards, 
February, 1851. 

Scaie, 400 feet to 1| inches. 17 x 13. 

One of a series representing the Ordnance Reserves of Canada. Coloured 
litho. 

1949. Plan of a part of the Town of London, shewing actual Quantity of Land 
taken from Glebe Lot No. 15, Concession C, by Mr. Carroll's Survey of 1835-6. 
(With note of explanation). Saml. Peters, P. L. Surveyor, London, C. W., Jany. 
21st, 1853. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 21| x 30i. 
Original, partly coloured MS. P. 

1950. Sketch of Inner Bay of Long Point, Lake Erie (Enlarged from the American 
Chart), with notes by Thomas Munro. John Page, Chief Engr., P. Works. 

Approximate scale, 2 miles to an inch. 14-| x llf. 

1951. A Plan of Long Point Bay and Turkey Point Harbour, Lake Erie. Surveyed 
by J. Harris, R.N., July. 1815; Lieut. A. P. E. Vidal, Fecit. W. F. W. Owen. 
Copy. E. E. Vidal.. 

Scale, Geographic miles, I mile=l inch. 50 x 35. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1952. Sketch of Inner Bay of Long Point, Lake Erie. Survey for Harbour of 
Refuge. (Enlarged from the American Chart). Note. — The soundings marked 
in red were taken in June, 1869. Thomas Munro. 



246 

Approximate scale, 3 miles=5| inches. 29f x 23^. 
Original. W. 

1953. Plan of the Head of Inner Bay, Long Point, Lake Erie. Surveys made and 
soundings taken in May, 1869, by Thomas Munro. Note on water level. John 
Page, Chf. Engr., P. Works. 

Scale, 1,200 feet to an inch. 30J x 26^ 
Original. W. 

1954. Inner and Outer Bays of Long Point. Surveyed by Order of the Admiralty, 
in 1816. Soundings in feet. 

Scale, 1 mile=| of an inch. 20J x 13. 
Bears the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

1955. Plan of Head of Inner Bay, Long Point, Lake Erie. Surveys made and sound- 
ings taken in May, 1869, by Thomas Munro. John Page, Chief Engr. P. Works. 

Scale, 1,200 ft to an inch. 30i x 26i 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1956. Sketch of Inner Bay, Long Point, Lake Erie (Enlarged from the American 

Chart). Note. — The soundings marked in red were taken in June, 1869, by 
Thomas Munro. 

Approximate scale, 2 miles to one inch. 14| x llf. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1957. North America, Lake Erie. Long Point Bay, shewing the New Channel re- 
cently broken through the Isthmus. By Lieut. John Harris, E.N. The soundings 
are in feet, 1839. Published according to Act of Parliament at the Hydrographic 
Office of the Admiralty, Aug. 17th, 1839. Sold by E. B. Bate, agent for the Ad- 
miralty Charts, 21 Poulnry. 

Scale of 20 sea miles to 1 inch. 134 x 10^. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1958. Part of Township No. 4, now Louth, on a scale of 20 chains to an inch, to eluci- 
date another plan, comprehending the Salt Spring. D. W. Smith, A. S. G. 21 x 12. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1959. Lyons Creek, Plan shewing Military Keserve. Contour, 3 acres, 1 rood. 

Scale, 125 feet to | of an inch. 7| x 6. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

1960. Topographic Map^ — Ontario — Mallorytown Sheet. Department of Militia 
and Defence, 1908. Topographical Section, General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario, 
75° 45' — 44°15'. Mallorytown Sheet No. 11. With explanations. 

Scale, %336b, or 1 inch to 1 mile. 16|- x 24-|. 
Coloured litho. M. 

1961. Plan of the Village of Malton in the County of Peel, Canada. Maclear & Co., 
Lith., Toronto. Dennis and Boulton, Surveyors and Agents. Eemarks. 

Scale, 100 feet=l inch. 24^ x 34i 
Uncoloured litho. 

1962. Mamainse, with copious notes. lOJ x 16|. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1963. Sketch of Mamainse, with notes of the Locations applied for by J. Douglas, 
A. McDonell and A. Eankin. Crown Land Office, Montreal, April, 1847. 13| x 15i. 

Original, coloured MS. 8. 

1964. Plan of Part of the Town of Meaford, shewing the Government Reserve. 
The above Plan was made by P. L. S. Donovan, under my directions and I find 
it to be accurate and to agree with my original notes. Wm. Gibbard, P.L.S. 



247 

Scale, 4 chains to one inch. 124 x 16. 
Original coloured MS. P. 

1965. Meaford. Shewing improvements to Present Landing Wharf. Surveyed by 
Jarijana. Meaford, Sept. 10th, 1873. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 
30i X 32J. 

Original. W. 

1966. Meaford Harbour — Georgian Bay. Plan shewing improvements effected in 
1874. Surveyed and drawn March, 1875, by Allan Macdougall, Asst. Engr. 

Scale, 1/1200. 27i x 24i 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1967. Topographic Map — Ontario — Merrickville Sheet. Department of Militia and 
Defence, 1908. Topographical section. General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario. 75° 30' 
— i4° 45', Merrickville Sheet, No. 8. With explanations. 

Scale, %3360, or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 29| x 24. 
Coloured litho. M. 

1968. Plan of part of Canada, showing the district of Michilimackina, as possessed 
by the French, and the District of Detroit. Note. 24 x 17. 

Coloured MS. from M series. 

1969. Plan of the Site proposed as a New Port to which the Garrison of Michili- 
mackimac may be removed. 1815. With Com're. E. Owen's report. Copy, E. E. 
Vidal. No. 30. 

Scale, one inch to 100 fathoms. 23 x 35|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1970. Plan of part of Middlesex. Surveyed and 'drawn by J. S. Beckwith, Captain 
55th Eegiment, Montreal, 23 October, 1849. Department of Militia and Defence, 
Ottawa, Survey Branch, Mar. 16th 1870. Eeferences and Table of Distances. 

Scale, 1 inch=l mile. 31-^ x 40. 
Original, coloured MS. M. 

1971. Sketch D., shewing the projected Townships adjacent to the Midland and 

Bathurst Districts. With note. Crown Lands Department, Surveyor's Office, 
West Montreal, May, 1848. 15 x 154. 
Original coloured MS. 8. 

1972. Township of Moore. Surveyor General's Office, Oct. 25th, 1832. Drawn and 
Lithographed from Canadian Stone Co., S. O. Taxwell. lOJ x 14. 

LTncoloured MS. 8. 

1973. Township of Moore. Surveyor General's Office, York, U. C. L. P. H. 

Scale, 100 chains to an inch. 12J x 21i. 
Original coloured MS. 8, 

1974. Topographic Map, Ontario. Morrisburg Sheet. Department of Militia and 

Defence, 1908. With explanations. Topographical Section — General Staff, No. 
2197. Ontario, 75° 00'— 44° 45'. Morrisburg Sheet, No. 9. 

Scale, %3.36o, or 1 inch to 1 mile; contour interval, 25 feet. 274 x 23|. 

Coloured litho. M. 

1975. A Chart of the Lower Part of the Muskako River, from Actual Survey, by 
David Thompson. With a Table of the descent of the Falls. Dedicated to His 
Excellency, the Right Honourable Lord Metcalfe, &c., (&c., &c. 1844. 

J 94 X 194. 

Original uncoloured MS. 8. 



248 

1976. Rogers New Tourists Map of Muskoka Lakes. Compiled by 3. W. Kogers, 

1885. Second Edition. Special edition for Northern and North Western Railways. 
Alexander, Clare & Cable, Litho., Toronto. 

Scale, 1 mile=l| inches. 21^ x dU. 

Coloured litho. 

1977. Plan of Napanee, compiled by A. B. Perry, P. L. Surveyor, 1859. 

Scale, three chains to one inch. 44 x 30. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public "Works. W. 

1978. Plan of the Harbour of Napanee. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 
23rd August, 1873. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 36 x 23. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Public Works. W. 

1979. Plan of the Harbour of Napanee. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 
23rd August, 1873. Surveyed and plotted by Henry S. Langton, C. E., Sept. 
6th, 1873. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 33| x 20. 

Original, bearing stamp 'Department of Public Works. ]\Iarch 6, 1874.' W. 

1980. Napanee River. Campbell's Rocks — Carscallen Bar.— Beard's Bar. William 
Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 33| x 25. 

Original, bearing stamp. 'Department of Public Works, liar. 6th, 1874.' W. 

1981. Sketch of part of the Township of Nelson. 9 x 14|. 

Original, uncoloured ]\IS. S. 

1982. Chart of Nepigon Bay, Lake Superior, surveyed by Alexander Bayfield, E. N. 
To accompany Peport of the Ejigineer in Chief Canadian Pacific Railway, dated 
January, 1874. Sheet No. 14. 25 x 18. 

Uncoloured litho. 

1983. Sketch of No. 1, 5th Concession — (Now Newborough). Shewing the 
clearance, 'M. With notes. P. Cole, Capt. R. Engineers, R. Engineers Oflice, New- 
borough, 23rd March, 1831. 

Scale, 100 feet to 1 inch. 22| x 27. 
Original, uncoloured MS. 8. 

1984. A Plan of the Village of Newburgh. On Lot No. 11, First Con. of Camden. 
Surveyed by Wm. J. Fairfield, Depty. Surveyor, April, 1835. 16i x 20i. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

1985. Road from Newcastle to Chesterton, 1768. m x 7|. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from B series. 

1986. Plan shewing the relative situation of the Town of Newcastle, and the 
Peninsula in Concesssion C, joining to the main land on Lot No. 35 in the B 
Concession of Murray, laying opposite to Lots Nos. 33 and 34, being the situation 
to which the Petitioners pray to have the Town of Newcastle removed. 1828. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 16^ x 10-]. 

1987. District of Newcastle. 1841. With a table of distances. N. H., R. E. This 
map shews the various routes and modes of communication between Lake Ontario 
and Lake Simcoe, via Scugog Lake, Sturgeon Lake, and the Otonabee River. 

16i X 13*. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1988. Steam Navigation in the Interior of the Newcastle District, shewing existing 
and proposed means of transportation, with pencil notes as to the character of the 



249 

country. Insets. — Diagram representing the Mouth of the River Otonabee. 
' Diagram shewing the Little Lake, part of the Eiver Otonabee, and the Town of 
Peterborough.' F. P. Eubidge, Coburg, Nov. 20. 21^ x 27i. 
Original coloured. S. 

1989. Map of Newcastle Harbour, Surveyed, 1876, November. Surveyed and drawn 
by F. A. Hamel, Asst. Engr. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. Ottawa, 
16th May, 1877. 

Scale, yi2oo. 25J x 12i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1990. Plan of Newcastle Harbour, Shewing improvements made, season of 1877. 
Surveyed by F. A. Hamel, Asst. Engr. Drawn by Stewart Derbishire. Dec, 1877. 
Note. 

Scale, 100 ft.=l inch. 21 x 2Sh 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

1991. Plan shewing the relative situation of Newcastle, Murray and Cramahe. 

14g X llf. 

Original uncoloured sketch. S. 

1992. A Chart shewing the Interior Navigation of the District of Newcastle, Upper 
Canada, and the proposed improvements on the Otonabee River, &c. Drawn by 
F. P. Eubidge, and engraved by T. Evans, for the Coburg Star. With a Table of 
Distances. 

Printed from a Plate by T. Evans. S. 

1993. Plan shewing the relative situation of the Town of Newcastle, and the 
Peninsula in Concession C, joining to the mainland on Lot No. 35, in the B. 
Concession of Murray, laying opposite to Lots Nos. 33 and 34, being the situation 
to which the Petitions pray to have the Town of Newcastle removed. 

Scale, forty chains to an inch. 16^ x 10]. 
Original coloured MS. P. 

1994. A Map of the District of Newcastle, Upper Canada, 1831. Shewing proposed 
Canal from Rice Lake to Lake Ontario. Engraved by Ed. Barrett, Port Hope. 
Designed by G. Smart, Esq. With a Statistical Table of the District and Table 
of Distances. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 19f x 22^. 
Uncoloured print. 8. 

1995. Plan of the Town Plot of New Johnstown and a lot of one thousand acres 

for Messrs. Lorrimier, to begin on the Western Boundary of the Land purchased 
from the Indians, and to run towards the town on a line with the front of the 
same, six acres, and from thence on a line parallel with the Western Boundary 
mentioned above, twenty-five acres to the Northern Boundary of the Town 
Plot, including one hundred and fifty acres, and from thence to be twelve acres 
in front, adjoining the Boundary Line of the Town, by seventy-one acres in depth, 
making eight hundred and fifty-two acres, which added to the former one hundred 
and fifty mentioned above, makes in the whole, one thousand and two acres, agreable 
to the Order of Council, the 25th August, 1790. Quebec, 27th August, 1790. 
(Signed) John Collins, D.L.S. Examined with the Original, J. Williams. 15| x 19. 
Uncoloured MS. copy. P. 

1996. Township of Newton. Plan shewing system of reserving Crown and Clergy 
Lands. 25th Sept., 1797. 8| x 12 J. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

1997. Plot of 1,200 Acres in the Township of Newton. Surveyed for Henry White. 
25th Sept., 1797. 7i x 125. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 



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1998. Entree de La Riviere de Niagara, dans le fond du Lac Ontario ou est niarqu6 
la maison a machicoulis et le Fort propose. Fait a Niagara le 21 Juin, 1726. 
Chanssegros de Lery. No. d'Ordre 540. 

Echelle de un police pour 90 toises. 

Coloured MS., copied from an original in the Depots des Fortifications at 
Paris. 

1999. Plans, Elevations de la Nouvelle Maison a Machicoulis, scituee a la cote de 
I'ouest du Lac Ontario, a I'entree de la Riviere de Niagara. Fait a Quebec, 
ce 19 Janvier, 1727. Chaussegros de Lery. Original in the ' Depots des Fortifi- 
cations des Colonies,' which stamp is on the plan. No. d'Ordre, 541, bears the 
stamp Depot des Colonies Francaises. 

Echelle d'un pouce pour trois toises. 8i x 12J. 
TTncoloured MS. copy. 

2000. Plan et Elevations de la Maison a Machicoulis scituee a la Cote de I'ouest 
du Lac Ontario a I'entree de la riviere de Niagara, fait a Quebec le 9 Decembre, 
1738. Chaussegi'os de Lery, fils. Copy of Original in the Depot des Fortifications 
des Colonies, bearing its stamp as well as that of D^pot des Colonies Frangaises. 
No d'Ordre 542. 

Echelles d'un pouce pour trois toises. 8 x 12. 
TTncoloured MS. copy. 

2001. Entree de la Riviere de Niagara, situee a I'Ouest du Lac Ontario. Fait a 
Quebec le 20 Septembre, 1740. Chaussegros de Lery. With references. 

Echelle d'un pouce pour 90 toises. 18J x 124. 

Coloured MS. copy of a plan No d'Ordre 543, in the Depots des Fortifications, 
at Paris. 

2002. Falls of Niagara. 1760. Same view as the Inset to Popple's Map, America 
Septentrionalis, pub. 1760. 12 x 6i. 

Uncoloured print from Atlas F. 

2003. Map shewing Relative Frontiers of Niagara and Pittsburg, circa, 1768. 
13i X 17i. 

Uncoloured MS. copy, from B series. 

2004. Niagara Plan (A) taken from the Old Quebec Plan used in the Shubel-Welton 
trial. Plan dates about 1784. 144 x 18. 

Original partly coloured MS. S. 

2005. Niagara. Plan (B) taken from Old Quebec Plan used in Shubel-Welton trial. 
Plan dates about 1784. 14^ x 18. 

Original, partly coloured MS. 8. 

2006. Plan of ' Niagara Chain Reserve.' 1789. Endorsed — Survey of Quaker Town- 
ship as made by Mr. Chapman, 1789. Fort Erie Township. 14| x 11|. 

Original partly coloured MS. S. 

2007. ' Niagara Chain Reserve,' 1789. Part of the Township of Willoughby, from 
Major Holland's Plan. This is the original Plan of record in the Privy Council 
Office, Clerk of the Privy Council, Canada, 10th June, 1893. Endorsed, 'Plan 
207. Part of the Township of Willoughby, near the Chippewa Bridge, comprising 
the Lands claimed by the Stedmans and Cummings.' 12f by 8|-. 

Original uncoloured MS. 8. 

2008. Sketch of Lower Part of Niagara River. 1790. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 43^ x 35i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 



2009. Copy of part of ' an accurate Survey of Township No. 1.' — " The regular 

survey of the Township differs a good deal in front from No. 4 down to 13 — 
those lots v/ere settled prior to any survey; A memorial from all the owners- con- 
cerned, to the Land Board, stated that their improvements would be too much hurt, 
should their original lines be changed; the Board consented to grant their lots 
conformably to their possessions. Augustus Jones, D.P.S." Copied, Samuel Hol- 
land, Surveyor General. A copy, D. W. Smith, A.S.G. 1792. 8. 

2010. Part of Niagara, showing land claimed by Col. Butler. The Gore washed with 
Indian ink, is the land contested between Colonel Butler and Mr. Swazey. D. W. 
Smith, Actg. Sur. Genl., Council Chamber, York. " Recommended to be referred 
to the Surveyor General who may possibly be able to adjust the claims of both 
Parties." John Small, C.E.C. An extract from the Minutes, 13th July, 1796. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 22 x 17. 
Original covered MS. S. 

2011. Niagara Chain Reserve. 1797. Township of Stamford. 18 x 17. 

Original, coloured MS. S. 

2012. Plan shewing the Situation and Dimensions proposed for building Lots for 
Merchants and Traders on the King's Reserved land, near the West Landing 
on the Niagara River in the Province of Upper Canada. Gother Mann, Col. 
Commg. EI. Engr., Quebec, 30th June, 1798. Approved, Robt. Prescott. By 
order of the Commander in Chief, James Green, Mil. Secy. 

Scale, f inch to one chain. 21 x 17. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2013. Plans and Elevation of the House of the Honorable D. W. Smith. Newark, 
Upper Canada, December, 1798. Robt. Pilkington, Capt. Royal Engineers. 

Scale, 8 miles to one inch. 13| x 21. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2014. Plan of Fort George, Upper Canada, showing the Works of Defence ordered 
to be Constructed in 1799. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 35 x 37. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2015. Plan and Description of the Strip of Land above the Falls of Niagara. 

Surveyed by Geo. Lowe, Overseer of Works, 1803. In Supt. Bishop's letter, 17th 
June, 1803.' 

Scale of four chains to the inch. 14| x 13. 

Original coloiired MS. from C series. 

2016. Plan, Elevation and Section of a Light House proposed to be erected on 
Mississagua Point. Gustavus Nicolls, Capt. Lt. Royal Engrs. Copy. James 
Green, Eng., 1804. 

Scale, 6 feet to an inch. 121 x 17. 
Coloured MS. 8. 

2017. Plan of Niagara Frontier, shewing the disposition of the troops from Port 
George to Fort Erie. In Lt. Genl. Sir G. Prevost's, 4th October, 1814. 

Scale, 2i miles to one inch. ISJ x 12i. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2018. Sketch of an Action fought on the night of the 25th July, 1814, near the 
Falls of Niagara, between a British Force under Lt. G. Drummond, and an 
American force under Maj. Genl. Brown. 5th August, 1814. (Lundy's Lane). 

m X 12. 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 



252 

2019. Plan of Forts George, Mississaga and Niagara, The Military Reserves and 
the Town of Newark. By Henry Willson, Lieut. Royl. Engrs., 2nd May, 1817. 
Henry Vavasour, Captn. Comdg:. Royal Engr., Niagara Frontier. Engineers 
Office, Quebec, Dec. 8, 1818. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 
14th Sept., 1823. With a note marked ' Duplicate.' 

Scale, 100 yards to an inch. 41^ x 3-3. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2020. Plan of Town of Niagara. York, W.C, May 3rd, 1817. Copied from a Plan 
in the Surveyor General's Office, signed Geo. Phillpotts, Lt., R.E. 

Scale, 800 feet to an inch. 8-J x Sf. 
Partly coloured MS. from C series. 

2021. Niagara. Proposed exchange with Mr. Crooks, shewing land proposed to be 
taken by him and which includes about one acre, where his stone house is built. 
30th November, 1821. 15 x 9. . 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 

2022. Comparative Plans of New Works proposed for Mississagua Point, Lake 
Ontario, the black lines shewing the project by Lieut. Colonel Nicolls, those in 
red, that by Lieut. Colonel Durnford. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. 
Engr., Canada. Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 8th Dec, 1821. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 14 x 12|. 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

2023. Comparative Plans of New Works proposed for Mississagua Point, Lake 
Ontario, the black lines shewing the project by Lieut. Col. Nicolls, those in red, 
that by Lieut. Col. Durnford. Rl. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 8th December, 1821. 
E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. Rl. Engr, Canada. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 11-| x Of. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

2024. Niagara Fortifications and Government Buildings — Fort Mississagua, Fort 
George, Navy Hail — Niagara Plans. Original, uncoloured MS., bearing 
the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of Fortifications; all 
signed E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col, Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 24th September, 
1823. 0. 

a Plate 1. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Officers' Quarters, Outside 
Fort Mississagua. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Soldiers' Barrack and 
Solitary Cells, inside Fort Mississagua. — Plan, Section and Elevation of the 
Guard House, inside Fort Mississagua. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16^ x lOi 

h 2 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Barracks inside Fort Mississagua, at 
Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16^ x lOi 

c 3 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Tower in Fort Mississagua, No. 29. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch, 16i x 10:}. 

d 4 — Plan of Fort Mississagua, No. 29. (With References). Section of above. 

Scale for the Fort, 200 feet to an inch. 

Scale of section 20 feet to an inch. 31f x 10;^. 

e 6 — Plan, Section and Elevation of Quarters for one Captain at Butler's 
Barracks, at Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 15 x lOf. 

/ 7 — No. 1. Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commissariat Store at Navy 
Hall. 

No. 2. Plan, Section and Elevation of the Guard House at Fort George. 

No. 3. Plan, Section and Elevation of the Magazine inside Fort George. 



253 

No. 4. Plan, Section and Elevation of the Magazine outside Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16i x lOi. 

g 2 — No. 5. Plan, Section and Elevation of Quarters for Two Captains, with 
the offices at Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16i x 10^. 

h 3— Plan, Section and Elevation of the New Hospital at Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16i x 10^. 

i 4 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Soldiers' Log Barracks and Cooking 
House at Butler's Barracks, Fort George. No. 7. Plan, Section and Elevation of 
the Barrack Store at Fort George, No. 8. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 10^. 

i 5 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Old Hospital at Butler's Barracks, 
at Fort George, No. 9. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16-i x 101. 

h 7 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Mess Establishment and Quarters 
for Eight Officers at Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch 161 x 101. 

I 9 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Quarters of the Senior Commissariat 
Officer with the Offices at Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 101. 

m 10 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commandant's Quarters, with the 
Offices at Fort George. No. 14. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 101. 

n 11 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Soldiers' two Story Barracks at 
Butler's Barracks, Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 101. 

12 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Ordnance Gun Shed at Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 101. 

p 13 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Beach Guard House, at Fort George. 
No. 17. 

Plan, Section and Elevation of the Carpenters' Shop at Fort George. No. 18. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 101. 

q 14 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Engineers Office, Drawing Koom and 
Store at Fort George. 

Plan, Section and Elevation of the Engineers Department Stable at Fort 
George, No. 21. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 101. 

r 15 — Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commanding Engineer's Quarters, 
with Offices at Fort George. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 161 x 101. 

s 9 — Plan, Section and Elevation of Quarters for One Commissariat Officer, 
and of Offices of the Commissariat Department, at Fort George. 

Plan, Section and Elevation of the Commissariat Department Stable at Fort 
George. No. 22. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

2025. Position of the Farms surrounding the Wellington Heights, &c., in the Dis- 
trict called the Short Hills, with copious explanations. George Phillpotts, Capt. 
E.E. E. H. Bonnycastle, Capt. E. E. 1823. 

Scale, 2,640 feet (i a mile) to one inch. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2026. Sketch of Niagara Front, shewing the proposed line of Canal, the Wharf 
and Navy Hall Wharf. 13/12/1824. 12i x 61. 

Original coloured MS. from C series. 



254 

2027. Position of the Farm surrounding the Wellington Heights, &c., in the Dis- 
trict called the Short Hills, with copious Explanations concerning land required. 
George Phillpotts, Capt. Eoyal Engineers. E. H. Bonnycastle, Captn. Koyal 
Engineer; Eoyal Engineers, Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 19th 
Dec, 1826. 

Scale, 2,640 feet (i a mile) to one inch. 10^ x 8^. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2028. Plan of part of the Town of Niagara, shewing the Lots in the vicinity of the 
Market Place belonging to Government. With a list of Lots laid out near the 
Market Square, shewing the Annual Eent paid for each to the Magistrates. With 
a note shewing record of ownership. George Phillpotts, Capt. Eoyal Engrs., E. E. 
Office, Et. George, 23rd December, 1829. 9| x 14^ P. 

2029. Map of a part of the Niagara River and Plan of the proposed Harbour at 
Black Rock. W. A. Bird, del. 1829. Balch, Eawdon and Co., &c. 

Scale, 2,000 feet to an inch. 14i x 8|. 
Uncoloured litho. 8. 

2030. Sketch shewing part of the Town of Niagara. Shews Lots applied for and 
Lots granted for the Market Lots. Copy. J. G. C, 18th March, 1829. 7^ x 15i 

Uncoloured MS. 8. 

2031. Plan of part of the Town of Niagara, shewing the Lots in the vicinity of the 
Market Place belonging to the Government. With a List of Lots laid out with 
the Annual Eents ; also, a note of explanation. George Phillpotts, Capt., Eoyal 
Engrs., E. E. Office, Ft. George, 23rd Dec, 1829. 9i x 14|. 

Original, uncoloured MS. P. 

2032. Sketch shewing the extent of the Ground given to the Niagara Harbour and 
Dock Company by an Act of Parliament of Upper Canada passed 16th March, 
1831. With explanation. Eoyal Engineers Office, York, U.C, 5th Eeby., 1833. 
E. H. Bonnycastle, Capt. E. Engrs., Western District. Compared with the sketch 
dated, Comg. Eoyal Engrs. Office, Quebec, Sept. 5th, 1832. T. G. W. E. 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch. The scale on the Surveyor General's Plan is 4^ 
chains, or 297 feet to an inch. 18 x 12§. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2033. Part of the Niagara District, with " Description of Courses and Distances 

from the intersection of the Eoad leading from Sugar Loaf to Niagara (via) 
M. Misner's Bridge, with the road leading from Brown's Bridge to Chippewa 
(via) Port Eobinson to Intersection of Eoad leading from Port Eobinson to Falls, 
with the first mentioned road at Meeting House, commencing at School House, 
near Matthias Misner's." (Here foUows a table of distances). "Description of 
cours'es and distances from the intersection of the first mentioned roads, first route 
(via) Matthias Misner's bridge to intersection of the last mentioned roads, first 
route at Meeting House, commencing at the first station, first route near the 
School House." (Here follows a table of distances, &c.), also " Eemarks upon 
the width of said road first Eoute." Compiled from actual survey by me on Nov. 
29th, 1832. Jacob Misner, D.P. Surveyor. Wainfleet, Nov. 30th, 1832. Leonard 
Matthews and Abner Matthews, Chainmen, Matthias E. Misner, Flagman, 

Scale of 5 chains to an inch. 22 x 15f . 

Original MS. 8. 

2034. Environs of Niagara Falls. 17 x 21. 

Original, uncoloured MS., unsigned, undated. P. 

2035. Niagara — Plan of the Military Reserve, total content called 479 acres. No. 17. 
With explanation. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg, Eyl. Engineer, Canada, 26th 
October, 1850. E. J. Pilkington, Draftsman. 



255 

Scale, 500 feet to an inch. 15^ x 12. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

2036. Short Hills— Plan of the Ordnance Property. Content called 200a. No. 18. 
This property was purchased from Jaeb. Wills in 1827, as a site for a Fortress. 
Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Koyal Engineer, Canada, 26th October, 1850. Copy. 
W. J. Lambert, Lieut. El. Engrs., July 17th, 1850. 

Scale, 600 feet to one inch. 15^ x 12. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

2037. Niagara Frontier, Plan 2. Plan 3. From Sketches by Capt. Stotherd and 
Lieut. Price, El. Engineers, 1862, and Capt. and Lieut. Col. Henry Malet, 1st 
Battn. Grenr. Guards in 1862-3. Eeferences. Zincographed at the Topographical 
Department of the War Office, Southampton, Colonel Sir Henry James, E. E., 
F.E.S. and Director, 1865. 

Scale, 1 inch to a statute mile. 53| x 41. 
Coloured zincograph. S. 

2038. Niagara Frontier. Plan 2. From Sketches by Capt. Stotherd and Lieut. 
Price, El. Engineers, and Capt. and Lieut. Colonel Henry Malet, 1st Battn. Gren. 
Guards in 1862-3. (With pencil notes of 1867). Militia and Defence, Ottawa, 
March 4th, 1910. Survey Division, 1985, Y. 

Scale, 1 inch to a statute mile. 27 x 41. 
Coloured zincograph. M. 

2039. Peninsula of Niagara. E. H. Fletcher, Dec. 8, 1866. 18 x 13. 

Original coloured MS. 

2040. Map of the County of Norfolk, Canada West. Published by George C. Tre- 
maine, Kingston, C. W., 1856. With views. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 55 x 56. 
Uncoloured print. 

2041. Postal Map of the Counties of Norfolk, Brant, Oxford, Wentworth and Haldi- 
mand, Ontario, Canada. L. F. A. Maingy, Draughtsman, Post Offiice Dept, 
Ottawa. 1st July, 1878. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 16 x 13. 
Fncoloured litho. 

2042. Plan of part of North Gwillimhury, shewing Roaches Point. 

Scale, 20 chains to the inch. 8 x 10^. 
Original coloured MS. P. 

2043. Copy of part of Newark. ' An accurate survey of Township No. 1.' — ' The 
Eegular Survey of the Township differs a good deal in front from No. 4 down to 
13; those lots were settled prior to any survey. A memorial from all the owners 
concerned, to the Law Branch, stated that their improvements would be much 
hurt, should their original lines be changed. The Board consented to grant their 
lots conformably to their possessions.' Signed Augustus Jones, D.P.S. Copied, 
signed Samuel Holland, Surveyor General. A copy, D. W. Smith, A. S G 
12| X 8. 

Partly coloured MS. copy. S. 

2044. Map of the Proposed Canal through the District of Niagara and Gore to 
form a Junction of Lakes Erie and Ontario by the Grand River. Compiled 

from Actual Survey, By order of the Commissioners of Internal Navigation, by 
James G. Chewett. 

Scale of plan, 2 miles to 1 inch of profile — 30 miles to 8 inches. 34 x 23. 

Uncoloured litho. 8. 



256 

2045. Survey of the River Niag-ara, made under the direction of Captn. Wm. Fitz 
Wm. Owen, in the year 1817. Admiralty Chart, published Tth May, 1828. The 
soundings laid down in feet; the height above the river in feet in Eoman figures. 
Scale, one nautic mile to an inch. Inset. — Survey of the entrance of the River 
Niagara from Lake Erie, by Lieut. H. W. Bayfield, E. N. 

Scale, 1,000 yards to an inch. 19| x 26J. 

TJncoloured engraving, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 
0. 

2046. Survey of Ship Canal around Niagara Falls. — Profiles levelled and surveyed 
under the direction of Capt. W. G. Williams of the U. S. Topographical Engineers, 
by Lieut. Drayton and Eeed. 1835. Line No. 3, from Porter's Store House by 
New Manchester to Niagara Eiver at Lewiston, N.Y. Drawn by Lieut. Drayton. 

Vertical scale of 50 feet to 1 inch. Horizontal scale of 4 inches to 1 mile. 
444 X 181-. 

TJncoloured litho., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance; formerly in 
the Ordnance Office. 0. 

2047. Survey for Ship Canal to connect Lakes Erie and Ontario — Lockport Route. 

Profiles, levelled and surveyed under the direction of Capt. W. G. Williams. 
U. S.. Topographical Engr., assisted by Lieuts. Drayton and Eeed, 1835. Line 
No. 5, drawn by Lieut. Drayton. 

Horizontal scale, 4 inches to 5,280 feet; Vertical scale, 50 feet to one inch 
54 X 23|. 

TJncoloured litho., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2048. Survey for Ship Canal around Niagara Falls. Profiles levelled and surveyed 
under direction of Captain W. G. Williams. TJ. S. Topi. Engineer, by Lieuts. 
Drayton and Eeed. 1835. Line No. 2. From Porter's Store House to Lake 
Ontario by the Valleys of Grill and Four Mile Creeks. Drawn by Lieut. Drayton. 

Vertical scale, 50 feet to one inch. Horizontal scale, 4 inches to 1 miles. 
35 X 25 . 

Uncoloured litho., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2049. Survey of Ship Canal around Niagara Falls. Profiles, levelled and surveyed 
under direction of Captain W. G. Williams, TJ. S. Topi. Eg., by Lieuts Drayton 
and Eeed. Lines Nos. 1 and 4. 

Llorizontal scale, 4 inches to 1 mile; vertical scale, 50 feet to 1 inch. 37 x 
25i-. 

TJncoloured litho. 8. 

2050. Survey for a Ship Canal around the Falls of Niagara, made and drawn under 
the direction of Captn. W. G. Williams, U. S. T. Engrs, by Lts. T. E. Drayton 
and J. G, Eeed, TJ. S. Army. Insets — Niagara Eiver, vignette view, map of dis- 
tances and mouth of Four Mile Creek. 

Hor. scale, 12 inches to 1 mile. 30 x 44. 

Uncoloured litho., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2051. Survey for a Ship Canal around the Falls of Niagara. ]\rade under the direc- 
tion of W. G. Williams, Capt. TJ. S. T. E., assisted by Lieuts T. E. Drayton and 
J. G. Eeed. Drawn by Capt. Williams and Lieut. White. 1835. 

Scale of 36 inches to 1 mile. 51 x 40|. 

TJncoloured litho., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2052. Survey for a Ship Canal to connect the Lakes Erie and Ontario — Lockport 
Route. Surveyed under the direction of Capt. W. G. Williams, TJ. S. Topi. Engrs., 
by Lieuts. T. E. Drayton and J. G. Eeed. 1835. Map No. 3. Drawn by Lieut. J. 
G. Eeed. 

Horizontal scale, 4 inches to 5,280 feet. 30 x 51^^. 
TJncoloured litho., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 



257 

2053. Plan and Section of a Ship Canal from Lake Erie to the Niagara River, at 
the Village of Waterloo, by Thos. Eoy, Civil Engineer. 

Scale of distance, 400 feet to 1 inch; Scale of elevation, 48 feet to 1 inch. 
39 X 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2054. Plan of a Ship Canal from the Niagara River to the Welland Canal. Made 
to accompany a report, by Thos. Eoy, Jany. 6th, 1837. Also a section of the line 
of the canal. 

Scale, 2,400 feet to one inch. 52^ x 30. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2055. Plan de Niagara et des Fortifications faites en 1755 et 1756. La demie Lune, 
les places d'armes sont a perfectionee et la Gh^cis a faire en entier. Kenvoy — 
Section, joint a une lettre de M de Vaudreuil du 26 7bre, 1756. 

Echelle, 20 toises=l pouce. 32 x 20-1. 

Colovired MS. copy of a plan in the Depot des Fortifications a. Paris. No. 
d'Ordre, 544. 

2056. Fort Niagara. 1759. — Plan and sections. 

Scale of the plan, 70 feet=l inch. 25i x 18*. 
Coloured manuscript copy from M series. 

2057. Plan of the River from Niagara to Fort Schlosser. Quebec, 6th Dec, 1788. 
Gother Mann, Capt., Commandg. El. Engr. 

Scale, 2 inches=l mile. 38 x 12f. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2058. Survey of the Town of Newark, in the Township of Newark, County of Lin- 
coln, Province of Upper Canada, laid out into four hundred and twelve lots, 
by directions of the Land Board, on the 24th June, 1791. D. W. Smith, Actg. 
Sur. Genl. Surveyor General's Office, Newark, 5th Sept., 1794. W. Chewett. 
Examined, 6 Dec, 1794, D. W. Smith, Actg. Sur. Genl. Department of Lands, 
Forests and Mines, Surveys Branch, Toronto, September 19th, 1907. Examined 
and certified a true copy, Aubry White, Deputy Minister of Lands and Forests. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 43i x 35. 
Coloured MS. 

2059. Plan of the Entrance of Niagara River, shewing the Positions for the 
Buildings to be erected on the West Shore of the River at Navy Hall, and on 
the high ground behind it. 1796. Eeferences. Endorsed. — G. M. Lord Der- 

chester's No. 87, to the Duke of Portland. 
. Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 37:1 x 27i. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2060. Plan of the Premises of Mr. President Russell, Fort George. 17th October, 
1797. Eobt. Pilkington, Lieut. Eoyal Engineers. In Lt. Col. McDonell's, 31st 
October, 1797. 

Scale of 20 feet to an inch. 23|- x 29i 
Original coloured MS. from C series. 

2061. Plan of the Reserve from the Chippewa to the Table Rock. Surveyed by 
John Stegman, Deputy Surveyor. 1797. (Copy). J. G. Chewett, Surveyor 
General's Office, 17th May, 1836. Memo, and note. 

Scale, 3 chains to an inch. 63 x 25. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 
. 233—17 



258 

2062. Plan of the House and Premises of the Honble. D. W. Smith, Newark, Upper 
Canada. December, 1798. Eobt. Pilkington, Capt. Koyal Engineers. 

Scale, 30 feet=l inch. 21 x 18. 

Original, coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2063. Plan shewing the situation and Dimensions proposed for building lots for 
Merchants and Traders on the King's reserved land, near Fort George, in Ihe 

Province of tipper Canada. Submitted by Gother ]\Iann, Col. Commandg. Rl. 
Engr., Quebec, 10th Nov., 1802. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 361 x 14|. 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2064. Plan shewing the Situation and Dimensions proposed for Building Lots for 
Merchants and Traders on the King's Reserved Land near Fort George in the 

Province of Upper Canada. Submitted by Gother Mann, Col. Commandg. Rl. 
Engr., Quebec, 10th Nov., 1802. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 36| x 17i 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2065. Plan of Niagara Frontier. Insets. — ' Fort Erie and Chippawa.' lltb July, 1814. 

Scale, 1 inch=l^ miles. 25J x 19^:. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2066. Plan of part of the Niagara Frontier. Scale, one mile to an inch. Sketch of 
an action fought on the night of the 25th July, 1814, near the Falls of Niagara, 
between a British Force under Lieut. General Drummond and an American Force 
under Major General Brown, by G. A. Eliott, Dy. A. Q. G. Explanation. Accom- 
panying Col. Hughes' letter to Lt. General Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. 
No. 3. 

Scale, 6 inches to a mile. 29 x 20f. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2067. Sketch of Fort Niagara in its present state. No. 2. July 6th, 1814. References. 
George Williams, R. M. S. D., 27th July, 1814. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' 
letter to Lt. General Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. No. 2. 

Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2068. Plan of the present state of Fort George. June 20th, 1814. J. B. Duberger, 
Jnr., 3rd Aug., 1814. References. Accompanying Lt. Colonel Hughes' letter to 
Lt. General Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. No. 4. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 23^ x 18|. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2069. Plan of the present state of the Fort erected at Point Mississauga, at the 

entrance of the Niagara River. References. Geo. Williams, R.M.S.D., 29th 
July, 1814. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' letter to Lt. General Mann, dated 
16th August, 1814. No. 5. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 26i x 19i. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2070. Map of the Niagara District in Tipper Canada, by Lieutenant W. A. Nesfield, 
drawn partly from survey and from documents obtained from the Q.M. Genl's. 
Department. References. No. 15. Trans. 24th Nov., 1815. 

Scale, 1 inch=2 miles. 32^ x 22. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 



259 

2071. Plan of Fort proposed to be erected on Mississauga Point, 8th April, 1816. 

Original, bearing the Inspector General of Fortilieations and Board of 
Ordnance stampt?. 0. 

2072. Plan of part of the Niagara Frontier, shewing Forts George and Niagara and 
the plan of a Fort proposed to be erected at Mississauga Point. Quebec, 8th 
April, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Com. Rl. Engineer in Canada. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 45-J x 31*. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2073. Plan of Forts George, Mississauga and Niagara, the Military Eeserves and 
the Town of Newark. Xo. 6. By H. H. Wilson, Lieut., Eoyl. Engrs., 2nd May, 
1817. Henry Vavasour, Captn. Commg. Royal Engr., Xiagara Frontier, Royal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, Nov. 19th, 1818. 

Scale, 100 yards to an inch. 42-^ x 33. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2074. Plan of the Ground on the West side of the Entrance of Niagara River, 
Exhibiting the Reservations for Military Purposes. Left by Col. Pilkington 
on his going to Gibraltar, 1818. Notes. 

Scale, 200 feet=l inch. 39| x 28. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2075. Plan of the Proposed Barracks No. 5, at Mississauga Point, by Lieut. Colonel 
Durnford, Royal Engineer. Engineers Office, Quebec, Dec. Tth, 1818. 

Scale of '20 feet to an inch. 17 x 22. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2076. The Military Reserve at Fort George, shewing buildings and encroachments. 

Niagara, March 24th, 1819. Arthur Walpole, Lieut. R. Engrs., Henry Vavasour, 
Capt. Comg. Rl. Engineer, N.D. 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch. 34 x 16i 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2077. Copy of a plan of Survey, (of part of the Niagara River from Chippewa 
Bridge West), by John Stegman, Deputy Surveyor. J. G. C. Surveyor General's 
Office, York, 14th Feby., 1824. Thos. Ridout, Sr. Genl. With an explanation by Mr. 
Robert Randall, inserted at York, 26th February, 1824. 

Scale, 3 chains to one inch. 57 x 24. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2078. Niagara Frontier — Three plans of Proposed Fortress — MS., bearing the stamps 
of the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a No. 1. — Plan of an Irregular Pentagon drawn as a Project for the proposed 
Fortress on the Niagara Frontier with a Reduit constructed on the north front 
to contain the Garrison Provisions and Stores. References. Rl. Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. 
Rl. Engineers Office. Kingston, Upper Canada; J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Rl. 
Engineers. 

Scale, 80 feet to one inch. 21 x 29. 

h 2 — Plan of the Ground Floor of a Casemated Reduit to contain the Gar- 
rison Provisions and Stores as constructed on the North Front of the Pentagon 
submitted as a Project for the proposed Fortress on the Niagara Frontier. Refer- 
ence and explanation. Rl. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. 
Durnford, Col. Comg. Royal Engineers Office, Kingston, LTpper Canada ; J. R. 
Wright, Lt. Col. Cg. Engineer. 
233— 17i 



260 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 28 1 x 214. 

c 3 — Irregular Pentagon and Eeduit. Sections. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 
20th Nov., 182Y. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. El. En- 
gineers Office, Kingston, Upper Canada. J. E. Wright, Lt. Col. El. Engineers. 

Various scales, 39^ x 25. 

2079. Col. Durnford's Project for the New Fortress at the Short Hills, with a 
Redoubt according to the. mode adopted by the Dutch in the Netherlands. 

1827. 20h X 24f . 

Original coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2080. Niagara Frontier Fortifications — Fortress in the Short Hills — Eight original 
coloured MS. plans, bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

a No. 1 — Sketch of that part of the Short Hills in the District of Niagara, 
called The Mountain and on which it is proposed to construct the new Fortress. 
El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. 
Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 440 yards to 1 inch. 29 x 23. 

h 2 — Plan of that part of the Short Hills in the District of Niagara called the 
Mountain, showing those Lots or Grants of Land in the 5th, 6th and 7th Conces- 
sions of the Township of Pelham, in the county of Lincoln, which are near the 
site of the New Fortress as proposed in the Eeport of M. General Sir James 
Carmichael-Smith. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. E. H. Bonnycastle, Captn., Eoyal 
Engineers. 

Scale, 440 feet=l inch. 29 x 22^. 

c 3— Plan of Comparison of that part of the Short Hills in the District of 
Niagara on which it is proposed to erect a Fortress. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 
20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. E. H. 
Bonnycastle, Captain, Eoyal Engineers. 

Scale, 220 feet to an inch. 29 x 22^. 

d 4 — Fortress proposed to be erected at the Short Hills for the defence of the 
Niagara Frontier. Eeferences. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. 
E. W. Durnford, Col. Com. El. Engineer, Canada. E. H. Bonnycastle, Capt., 
Eoyal Engrs. 

Scale, 80 feet to an inch. 29 x 22-|. 

e 5 — Eeduit of the Fortress proposed for the Niagara Frontier. Eeferences. 
Note. Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. 
Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. Eichd. H. Bonnycastle, Capt. Eoyal Engineers. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 29 x 22-J. 

/ 6 — Niagara Fortress — Sections. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 
1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Com. El. Engr., Canada. E. H. Bonnycacstle, Capt. 
Eoyal Engrs. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 25J x 20i. 

g 7 — Niagara Fortress — Section. El. Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 
1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. E. H. Bomiycastle, 
Capt., Eoyal Engineers. 

Scale, 80 feet to an inch. 58^ x 21^. 

Ti, 8 — Sketch of the Isthmus or Belt of Niagara, shewing the situation of the 
New Fortress. El. Engi-s. Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. 
Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. E. H. Bonnycastle, Capt. E. E. 

Scale, 2 miles to one inch. 29 x 23. 

2081. Plan shewing the Survey of the Military Reserve at Niagara. J. G. Chewett. 
Eeferences. 17th August, 1831. 



261 

Scale, 3 chains to one inch. 39 x 25i. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2082. Plan shewing the Ground reserved for Government at the Landing place on 
the West side of the Niagara Eiver; and the proposed situation for Wharf, 
Store, &C. Gother Mann, Capt., Cammandg. Eyl. Engineer.. Military Reserve 
at Queen's Town, Xiagara. Surveyor General's Office, Toronto, Upper Canada. 
Henry Lizars. (Copy). S. P. Hurst, S. G. Certified as a true copy, T. G. W. 
Eaststaff, Draughtsman. 33 x 26. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2083. A Survey of the River Niagara — Made by order of The Eight Honourable the 
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, in the year 1817. Under the direction 
of Captain William Fitzwilliam Owen, E.IsT. Copy, J. jSTightingale, 23rd Feby., 
1836. 

Scale, 1 inch=4,000 feet. 39 x 22. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2084. Plan of the Military Reserve at the Falls of Niagara. Surveyed, Sept., 1834, 
by Messrs. Burard, Keating and Llawkins. Wm. Hawkins, D.P.S. ; J. G. Chewett, 
Surveyor General's Office, 20th April, 1836. J. Eadenhurst. Certified as a true 
copy, T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. Eeferences. 28 x 21J. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2085. Plan shewing the Military Reserve at the Falls of Niagara. Surveyed by 
Command of His Excellency Sir John Colborne, K.C.B., Lieuteuant Governor, 
&c., &e., &c. James G. Chewett, Surveyor General's Ofiice, October. Copy. 20th 
April, 1836. J. G. C. Surveyor General's Oflfice, Toronto, 20th April, 1835. 
Eeferences. York, 8th October, 1831. J. G. Chewett. Certified to be a true copy. 
T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. Description. 48 x 28. 

Coloured MS. 0. 

2086. Military Reserve at Queen's Town, Niagara. Plan shewing the Ground re- 
served for Government at the Landing place on the West side of the ISTiagara 
Eiver; and the proposed situation for Wharf, Stores, &c. Gother Mann, Captn., 
Commandg. Eoyal Engineer. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. Surveyor 
General's Office, Toronto, Upper Canada, 16th April, 1835. Copy. Henry Lizars. 
S. P. Hurst, Sur. Genl. Iso. 2. To accompany the Eeport of the Commanding 
Eoyal Engineer to His Excellency the Lieut. Governor of Upper Canada on the 
subject of the Military Eeserves, dated 10th July, 1836. G. aSTicoUs, Colonel, Comg. 
EL Engr., Canada. 32 x 27*. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2087. Sketch of the Military Reserve at Niagara, shewing the mode in which 
it is proposed to let the Ordnance Premises now occupied by the establishment. 

Gus. XicoUs, Colonel, Commandg. Eoyal Engineer, Canada. Eoyal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 14th Dec, 1835. ]^o. 1. To accompany the Eeport of the Com- 
manding Eoyal Engineer to His Excellency the Lieut. Governor of Upper Canada 
on the subject of the Military Eeserves, dated 18th July, 1836. 

Scale, 450 feet to an inch. 421 x 18. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2088. Topographic Map — Ontario. Niagara Sheet. Department of Militia and De- 
fence? 1907. Eeferences. Ontario, 79° 43'. Niagara Sheet Ko. 3. 

Scale, %3360, or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 29J x 24. 
Coloured Lithe. M. 



262 

2089. Plan of Nicholas and Egg Islands, and the adjacent Coast on Lake Ontario, 
with soundings, shoals, &c., by T. Chillingsworth, Master of H.M, Ship St. Law- 
rence, 1815. Copy, E. E. Yidal. No. 6, Nicholas Islands. With Commodore Sir 
E. Owen's Eeport, 1815. 

Scale, 440 yards=l inch. 64 x 26i. 
Copy from Q series. 

2090. Summit between Nipissingue and Trout Lakes. Thos. C. Clarke, Engineer, 
Ottawa Survey, Jan. 2nd, 1860. E. K. Blackwell, Engineer, Nippissing Division, 
Ottawa Survey. W. H. C. 

Scales, horizontal scale of maps and profiles, i of a mile to an inch; Vertical 
scale of profile, 30 feet to an inch, 29 x 16f , 

Original, from the Public Works Department. W. 

2091. Map of part of Northern Ontario, and Eastern Keewatin, South West of 
James Bay. Geological Survey of Canada, 1903. To illustrate Report by W. J. 
Wilson, Ph. B. 

Scale, 16 statute miles to an inch. 17 x 28. 
Coloured litho. 

2092. North Gwillimbury, with a Certificate and Note by John Eyan, C.E., P.L.S. 
Yonge Street, Holland Landing, June 22nd, 1854. 

Scale, 10 chains=l inch. 20 x 15|. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2093. Nawtawaysaga Bay. 1815. No. 29 D. This map shews in addition to the 
soundings, the road from Kempenfeldt Bay to Pennetanguishene. Copy from the 
original chart accompanying Conrmodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Scale, 2 miles to 1^ inches. 29 x 24. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2094. Nottawasaga Bay — Penetanguishene Harbour, &c., in Lake Huron. Copy 

of a Survey, taken by Captain Owen, Royal Navy. No. 4. The ground stained 
green proposed to be reserved by Government for Defences. H. B. Payne, Capt.. 
Royal Engineers, The ground stained Brown proposed to be reserved by Govern- 
ment. On the Creek leading into Matchedash Bay for a mill and other purposes, 
there being a good fall and strong current at Kempenfeldt Bay for stores ,&c. 
H. B. P. The Concession parallel to the Road to Penetanguishene, traced in from 
W. Wilmot's Survey, 1812. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, June 
26, 1819. 

Scale, 2 miles=l inch. 20| x 27. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

2095. Rough Sketch of part of Nottawassaga, made by Order of His Excellency Sir 
John Colborne, in the summer of 1835. R. H. Bonnycastle, Capt., Royal Engrs., 
Commg. Western District, 11th Feby., 18. .. With inset views of mouth of the 
Nottawassaga. 

Scale, 3 miles, 40 chains to a foot. 

2096. Chart of the Mouth of the River Nottawasaga, Lake Huron. To accompany 
Report. Fred. Cumberland, Chief Engineer, Toronto, Feby., 1853. 

Scale, 60 feet to an inch. 49i x 26f. 
Original. W. 

2097. Sketch of the Rapids and part of the Village of Milleroches, in the Eastern 
District and Township. By William Browne, D. Sur., 1830. Length of the rapids, 
400 yards. Perpendicular fall, about seven feet. With notes. 

Scale, 30 yards to an inch. 20 x 12i. 
Original coloured MS. S. 



263 

2098. Plan of Location claimed by L. P. Druminond, Esq., M.P.P., on Echo lake, to 
the East end of Lake George, between Lakes Huron and Superior, 30th March, 
184Y. 9* X 8h 

Coloured MS. S. 

2099. Plan of Oakley Tp., Ontario, trace 16 Sept., 1872. 

40 chains=l M. C. E. E. 20 x ISJ. 
Uncoloured MS. 

2100. Plan of Oakville, Township of Trafalgar, Tipper Canada, 1835. Edw. B. 
Palmer, Oakville, deld., October, 1835. 21A x 13|. 

Original, coloured MS. 

2101. Map of Oakville Harbour and Sixteen Mile Creek, Surveyed July, 1876. 
Oakville, July, 1876. Surveyed by F. M. Hamel, Asst. Engr. Drawn by G. L. 
Bourchier. 

Scale, i/iooo— 100 feet to an inch. 101 x 43^. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2102. Map shewing the Electoral Divisions of the Province of Ontario. 

Scale, 20 miles to one inch. 25 x 15J, 
Uncoloured litho. 

2103. Trace of Country between Lakes Erie and Ontario — G. T, R. between King- 
ston and Burlington Bay. 13 x 8. 

Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2104. Plan of part of the projected Communication from Cataxaqui to Lake Huron. 

John Collins, D. Surveyor Genl., 1785. Covers the country from Little Portage 
to Carleton Island to Duck Point; Presqu'ile de Quinte. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 18| x 8|. 

Coloured MS. from Q series. 

2105. A Draft of the Coast of Little Cabotia from Cape Liverpool to Point Rich, 

4 Nov., 1815. W. F. W. Owen. Laid down from latitudes and bearings only. 
oSTo. 29C. Copy from the original chart accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's 
report, 1816. E. E. Vidal. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

2106. Sketch of the Ottawa or Grand River between the Head of the Long Sau' , 
and Bois Brule and of the Chute a Blonde in which the situation for the propr 'd 
works for the improvement of the Navigation are shewn. Surveyed by Lts. 
Lloyd and Chather, E. Staff Corps. Copied. W. H. D. 1816. 

Scale of the Long Sault, 12 inches to a mile. 

Scale of the Chute a Blonde, 100 yards to an inch. 63 x 21. 

Copy from Q series. 

2107. A Map of the Located Districts in the Province of Upper Canada, describing 
all the New Settlements, Townships, &c., with the adjacent Frontiers. Com- 
piled and corrected from the latest surveys in the Surveyor General's Office, by 
William Chewett, Senior Surveyor and Draughtsman under the direction of Sir 
Peregrine Maitland, K.C.B., Lt. Governor, &c., &c., to whom this map is most 
respectfully inscribed. By William Faden, Geographer to His Majesty, London. 
Published by Jas. Wyld, 5 Charing Cross, April 5th, 1825. 

Scale of miles, 60=4-| inches. 46 x 34. 
Coloured print from M series. 

2108. Sketch shewing the description of Ground between Lake Simcoe and the 
South River, to accompany a letter dated at York, 25th Sept., 1826, in which a 
route by the North Eiver is reported to be only of consideration. York, U.C., 25th 
September, 1826. J. Walpole, Lt. E. E. Copied, Will. E. Eaton. 



264 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 19|. x 151. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

2109. Sketch shewing modes of communication between Lake Simcoe and the 
Ottawa. Eeport of Henry Briscoe, Lt. E. E. Commanding Royal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 25tli Oct., 1826. Shews the route explored by Captn. Catty, R. 
Engineer, and that explored by Lt. Briscoe, E. Eng., and Ensign Durnford, 68 
Lt. Infy. 

Scale, 10 miles to IJ inches. 211 x 17|. 
Original, coloured MS., from C series. 

2110. Sketch of Country between the Ottawa River and Lake Huron, shewing the 
proposed line of Canal. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 2nd 
April, 1829. Signed, John By, Lt. Colonel, Eoyal Engrs., Conmianding, Eideau 
Canal, 16th March, 1829. 

Scale, 15 miles to an inch. 18| x 14|. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2111. Water Communication in Canada. Plan of part of the Ottawa and North 
Rivers. From a survey made by the officers of the Royal Staff Corps (Signed) 
G. D. Hall, Capt., Eoyal Staff Corps; H. Du Vernet, Lieut. Colonel, Eoyafstaff 
Corps, Commanding, Chatham, 16th May, 1830. Commanding Eoyal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 29th May, 1830. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, 
Canada, Ordered by the Hoiise of Commons to be printed, Eeby., 1831. A. Arrow- 
smith, Lithog. 

Scale, 1,000 yards to 4| inches. 26 x 12^. 
Coloured print from Q series. 

2112. Water Communication in Canada — Section of Plan of Part of the Ottawa. 

Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 29th May, 1830. E. W. Durn- 
ford, Col. Commg. El. Engineer, Canada. Ordered by the Llouse of Commons 
to be printed, February, 1831. James and Luke G. Hansard, Sons, Printers. 
A. Arrowsmith, Lithog. 

Scale to plan, 500 yards to 21- inches; Scale to sections, 30 feet to 2| inches. 
261- X 121-. 

Coloured print copy from Q series. 

2113. Chart of the Navigation between Lake Erie and the Port of Goderich, For 

the Steamboat, Menessetrenk. Canada Company's Office, City of Toronto, 16th 
June, 1834. Henry Lizars. Accompanied by a letter of this date. Endorsed Lake 
St. Clair. 

Scale, 2 miles per inch. 26 x 751. 

Copy. W. 

2114. Map of Bytown and L'Orignal Road, by James West, D.P.S. Original Map, 
Thos. C. Iveefer, Engr. Ott. Wks. Endorsed, ' Appendix LL, Thursday, 8 July, 
1847.' 

Scale, 50 chains to an inch. 87^ x I7f. 
Original. W. 

2115. Military Sketch of part of the Shore of Lake Ontario between Hamilton and 
Port Dalhousie. Henry Maler, Captain and Lt. Colonel 1st Batt. Grenr. Guards, 
1863. Department of Militia and Defence, Ottawa, Survey Division, March 17, 
1870. A. No. 1, 1983. Eeferences. 

Scale, 1 inch to 1 mile. 37i x 70. 
Original coloured MS. M. 

2116. A Map of North Western Ontario, shewing the Territory beyond the limits 
contended for since 1871, by the Government of the Dominion, and now de- 
clared by the Boundary Commissioners to be within the jurisdiction of the 
Ontario Government. Ealph Smith & Co., Litho., Toronto. 



265 

Scale of statute miles, 30=1 inch. 35 x 26. 
Official, coloured litho. 

2117. Canadian Pacific Railway Map — Illustrative of the Georgian Bay Branch 
and Connections. 

Scale of statute miles, 5^1 inch. 45-J x 14. 
Coloured litho. S. 

2118. Postal Map of the Counties of Ontario, Victoria, Durham, Northumherland, 
Peterhorough, Ontario — Canada. L. F. Anstruther Maingy, Draughtsman, Post 
Office Dept., Ottawa. Jany., 1st. 1879. 

Scale, 6 miles to 1 inch. 16J x 26. 

2119. Postal Map of the Province of Ontario, with adjacent Counties of the Pro- 
vince of Quehec. Published by authority of the Honourable the Post Master 
General, Ottawa, July, 1883. J. Dewe, Chief Post Office Inspector; L. F. Ans. 
Maingy, Draughtsman. References. In nine sections. 

Scale, six miles to 1 inch; each section 30 x 21^ inches. 
ITncoloured litho. 

2120. Map of the Province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada. Exhibiting the Coun- 
ties and Districts therein, also the unsurveyed portions of Northern and North- 
western Ontario. Department of Crown Lands, Toronto, January, 1884. 

Scale, 30 miles to an inch. 35 x 27^. 
Coloured litho. 

2121. Map of the Province of Ontario Showing Counties, Townships, Railways and 
Post Offices. 1889. Copp, Clark Co. Inset.— Northwestern part of Ontario. 
67-1 X 45J. 

Coloured litho. S. 

2122. Map showing the St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Rideau and Richelieu Canals. 1902. 
No. 10. With the Report of the Railways and Canals Department, 1902. 

Scale, 10 miles to one inch. 20J x 8*. 
Printed copy. R. 

2123. Map Shewing Railways in parts of Ontario and Quebec. 1902. No. 5. With 
the Department of Railways and Canals Report, 1902. 

Scale, 10 miles to i inch. 19i x 9. 
Printed copy. R. 

2124. Map shewing Railways in parts of Ontario and Quebec. 1904. No. 5. With 
the Report of the Railways and Canals Department, 1904. 

Scale of 40 miles to one inch. 19^ x 9. 
Printed copy. R. 

2125. Railway Map of the Province of Ontario, shewing Lines chartered since 
Confederation by the Dominion and Ontario Legislatures, and those already 
constructed. 1875. Tables shewing Legislation. Published by the Nation 
Printing and Publishing Company, 2 Toronto Street, Toronto, Canada. 

Scale, 15 miles to one inch. 36 x 24^. 
L^ncoloured litho. S. 

2126. Sketch C. — Shewing the Projected Road from Toronto to Lake Huron. 

Crown Land Department, Surveyors Office, West. Montreal, 4 May, 1848. A. R. 
Showing Wawanosh Road, Saugeen Road, Owen Sound Road, the proposed road, 
a continuation of Albion Road, Hurontario Street, Yonge Street, &c. 20| x 164. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2127. Map shewing the most direct Commercial Route from the Atlantic via L. 
Ontario to the Province of Upper Canada, the North Western States and 



266 

Territories and to the Mississippi. 1838. T. & C. Woods, Lith., 18 Wall St. 
J. Eice, Scrip., 83 Columbia St., N.Y. With table of Distances and Time. 25 x 121-. 
TJncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2128. Copy of part of Mr. Hawkins' Plan of a line for a Road from Toronto to 
Saugeen. Surveyor General's Office, Kingston, 14tli July, 1843. Thomas Parker 
Surv. Genl. 20^- x 16i 

Original, coloured MS. P. 

2129. Sketch of the Routes between Bytown and Penetanguishene by the Ottawa, 
Nesswabic and Muskoka rivers. Maria Knowles, July 2nd, 1834. The Ottawa 
River and the Lakes and Rivers between the Ottawa and Gloucester Bay are 
delineated from Mr. Shirreff's Map of his exploring survey. Lake Nipissing and 
the Country near that Lake inserted from information of various kinds obtained 
by Mr. Shirreff. With notes. 

Scale, ten miles to an inch. 28 x 16^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2130. Draft of the "Axeman," Gun Boat, as built in His Majesty's Naval Yard, 
Isle aux Noix, May, 1815. John Gill, Dy. Master Shipwright. No. 23&. Draft 
of Champlain Gun Boat. 42 J x 16. 

Partly coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2131. Draught of the " Caustic " Gun Boat, as built at His Majesty's Naval Yard, 
Isle aux Noix, April, 1815. With details. John Gill, Dy. Master Shipwright. 
1815. No. 32a. Draught of Champlain Gun Boat. 434 x 18*. 

Partly coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2132. Sketch to explain the Situations alluded to (in Commodore E. W. C. R. 

Owen's letter, dated H.M. Ship Prince Regent, Kingston, 24th October, 1815) on 
Lake Erie. Accompanying Commodore E. W. C. R. Owen's report. 12J x 18. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2133. Road from York to Lake Huron, with notes on the Country and the condition 
of the Matchedash river. No. 33, Road from York to Matchedash. Original, 
accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1815. 19 x 48|. 

Copy from Q series. 

2134. Sketch of a Route from York Town on Lake Ontario to Penetanguishene on 
Lake Huron — Upper Canada. By Lt. Pilkington, in the year 1793. 234 x 54. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

2135. Plans accompanying Simcoe's report of his tour. 1793. 

No. 1-2—26 and 27—137" x 211" 
3— 4 27— 39r' X 21i" 

2— 4 28—591" X 42 " 

3— 4 29—601" X 131" 

4— 4 30—221" X 141" 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2136. Dominion of Canada Telegraph and Signal Service. Map No. 2. (East Central 
Section). With annual Report of Department of Public Works. Also Map No. 3. 
(West Central Section). E. N. Gisborne, 1883. 52 x 40. 

2137. Map of part of Canada West engraved expressly for the Canadian Almanac. 
1863. Published by W. C. Chewett & Co., Toronto. 26i x 13^. 

Uncoloured print. S. 



267 

2138. Map of part of Ontario, shewing New Railways — ^Lines at present open for 
traffic, in course of construction, and proposed. Published by Copp, Clark and 
Co., Toronto, in the Canadian Ahuanac. 1872. 18| x 13*. 

Uncoloured print. S. 

2139. Plan of the outlines of the Townships of Mansfield, Waltham, Chichester and 
Sheen, and representing by a yellow line the rear boundary line of those town- 
ships to be drawn in the field in order to their Erected by Letters Patent. Crown 
Lands Department, Montreal, February, 1848. T. Bouthilier. 20 x 16. 

- Original coloured MS. P. 

2140. River Ottawa, Lake Nipissing and French River. 107^ x 36i. 

Original. TF. 

2141. Bytown and Pembroke Road. Sketch shewing proposed routes. 30 x 18. 

Original. W. 

2142. Bytown and Pembroke Road. Sketch shewing proposed routes. Board of 
Works. 1846. This map takes in country from Brockville on the St. Lawrence 
to Des Allumette Islands, and from Bytown to Perth. It is a copy, formerly with 
State Papers. P. C, 1st June, 1846. 30^ x ISJ. 

Partly coloured MS. copy. W. 

2143. Map of the Western Peninsula of Ontario, prepared by the Port Dover and 
Lake Huron and Stratford and Huron railways, shewing the railways completed 
and in progress. 1st January, 1879. Copp, Clark Co., Litho., Toronto. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 38^ x 46. 

Litho., bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2144. Map of the proposed Road from Toronto to Saugeen, Lake Ontario. Surveyed 
pursuant to instructions from the Honourable the President of the Board of Works, 
&c., &c., &c. William Hawkins, Surveyor, Toronto, July, 184. .. General plan 
with a memo. 

Scale, 5 miles to an inch. 39^ x 26. 
Original. ^Y. 

2145. A Map of the different lines of Road between London and Port Sarnia. With 

explanations. 

Scale, 3 miles to one inch. 21^ x 11^. 
Original, bearing Boaord of Works stamp. W. 

2146. Plan shewing the most eligible route for a Road from the Town of London 
to Port Sarnia for the information of His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, 
Sir George Arthur, K.C.H., &c., &c., &c. Surveyed per order of the Surveyor 
General, the Honourable E. B. Sullivan, by James Cull, Civil Engineer, Toronto, 
23rd June, 1840. John McDonald, Dy. P. Surveyor. Copy, J. G. Chewett, Sur- 
veyor General's Office, Toronto, September, 1840. N. Cameron, S. G. Eeference. 

Scale, three miles=2 inches. 44J x 20. 
Copy, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

2147. Map of the Line of Road from London to Port Sarnia. 

Scale, one mile and one half to one inch. 52 x 18^, 
Original. W. 

2148. Plan shewing the proposed Routes of the Brantford and London Plank Road. 

April, 1842. W. M. Shaw. W. D. H. 

Scale, 60 chains to one inch. 36J x 17. 
Original, bearing the Board of Works stamp. W. 

2149. Map of the London and Brantford Plank Road. With Sections of the Line 
of Road from Woodstock to Brantford. 



Scale, one mile and one half to one inch. 36J x 21. 
Original. W. 

2150. Plan shewing the proposed Routes of the Brantford and London Plank Road. 

Scale, sixty chains to an inch. 36 x 21|. 
Original. W. 

2151. Map of the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Military Road. Compiled nnder the 
direction of the Board of Works of the Province of Canada. This map is con- 
structed from actual survey by the Superintendent. James West, Deputy Surveyor 
and District Surveyor, Eastern District, Cornwall, 8th December, 1842. Tabic 
of Distances. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 25f x 51^. 
Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

2152. Map No. 3. — To accompany Report on Macadamized District Roads in Canada 
West, dated St. Catharines, 22nd April, 1843, and signed David Thorburn; 
Francis Hall. 26i x 39. 

Original. W. 

2153. Plan, shewing the Unsurveyed Crown Lands South of Owen's Sound. Com- 
piled principally for the purpose of laying down a proposed line of Eoad, between 
Ashfield and the Saugine Road. With notes on the acreage. William Hawkins. 
Agt., Huron District. Kingston, March, 1843. The Honourable Robert B. Sulli- 
van, &c., &c., Kingston. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 34| x 29i. 

Original, bearing the Board of Works stamp. W. 

2154. Map of the Country between Rice Lake and Lake Ontario, shewing the Line 
of proposed Plank Road. From actual survey by N. H. Baird, C. E., April, 1842. 
Plan referred to in report of this date, N. H. Baird, Civil Engineer. Drawn by 
J. Lyons, Engrs. Office, Coburg, 26th April, 1842. 

Scale, 40 chains to the inch. 23| x 38. 
Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

2155. Country between Rice Lake and Lake Ontario. Mapped and surveyed by John 
Huston, Depty. Pro. Sur., September, 1842. 

Scale, 30 chains to an inch. 21^ x 37. 
Original, bearing stamp of Board of Works. W. 

2156. Sketch of the proposed Line of Road from the Rideau to the Boucher, shew- 
ing the Old Road and the alterations made by Malcolm McPherson, D.P.S. April, 
1846. , 46| X 19i. 

Original. W. 

2157. A Map of the St. Lawrence and By Town Road. Surveyed by order of the 
Board of Works. September, 1845. By John S. Bruce, D.P.S. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 13i x 47|. 
Original. W. 

2158. A Map of the St. Lawrence and By Town Road. Surveyed by order of the 
Board of Works, Sept., 1845. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 48 x 15f. 
Original. W. 

2159. A Map of the St. Lawrence and By Town Road. Surveyed by order of the 
Board of Works, September, 1845. By John Bruce, D.P.S. 20 x 50. 

Original. W. 

2160. Plan of part of the Township of Orillia, made at the request of Jas. Givens, 
Engr., D.S.G.I.A. for the inspection of His Excellency Sir John Colborne, K.C.B., 
Lieut. Governor, &c., &c.. &c. J. G. C. With explanations. 1828-1836. 12-1 x 14*. 

Original coloured MS. 8. 



269 

2161. Plan of Oro and surrounding Townships on Lake Simcoe, 1823. 

Scale, 2 miles=l inch. 14g x 10|. 
Coloured litho. S. 

2162. Map of Oshawa Harbour, Lake Ontario. Surveyed in November, 1874. C. E. 
Michaud, Asst. Engr. Note. 

Scale, Mooo— 100 feet to 1 inch. 46^ x 36i 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2163. Plan of Town Reservation in the Township of Otonibee, containing 1,120 acres, 
which is now granted for the use of the Rice Lake Indians under the superin- 
tendence of the Rev. Eichd. Scott. The numbered lots are those where the 
Indian Dwelling Houses are to be erected. The centre Block for Public Buildings. 
Surveyed by Eichard Birdsall, Dept. Surveyor, July, 1828. 91 x 6|. 

ITncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2164. Ottawa — Plan of Maria Street, with Elevation of Cartier Bridge. City 
Engineer's Office, City Hall, Ottawa, July 14th, 1871. G. H. Perry, C.E. 96 x 37i 

Original. W. 

2165. City of Ottawa, from accurate survey by W. A. Austin, P.L.S. and C.E., with 
a view of the Rideau Falls. 

Scale, 8 chains to an inch. 30 x 22i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2166. Plan and Profile Section Shewing Improvements at Pooley's Bridge. City 
Engineers Office, Ottawa, 10th July, 1869. G. H. Perry, C.E. With note. 

Scale, plan and section, 20 feet=l inch. 36| x 38. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2167. Ottawa Water Works. Survey for Little Chaudiere Water Power, and Pipe 
Track to Pooley's Bridge. To accompany report, 2nd May, 1872. Thos. C. 
Keefer, Engr. 

Scale, 200 feet to the inch. 76 x 41. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2168. Plan of the proposed improvements for the passage of timber at the Chau- 
diere. 1832. N. H. Baird, Civil Engineer, M.I.C.E.L., 1832. 

Scale, 60 feet to an inch. 49 x 20i-. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications, and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2169. Plan shewing Site required for Water Works. With note. Ottawa, 12th 
July, 1869. Rough plan of the Chaudiere. 363 x 26J. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2170. Plan and Survey made for Nelson G. Eobinson, Esqr., shewing particularly the 
small Eocky Island lying in front of his property and near his mills, &c., on lots 
20 and 21 in 1st Concession Township of Nepean, which he is desirous to pro- 
cure from the Government. Its area is five-eights of an acre. Anthony Swalwell, 
Prov. Land Surveyor. Bytown, Nov. 23rd, 1855. 

Scale, 1 chain to one inch. 17 x 19J. 
Copy. W. 

2171. Plan of the Chaudiere Island in the River Ottawa, as surveyed into lots in 
accordance with the patents. Note. Hull, 11th July, 1867. John A. Snow, Prov. 
Land Surveyor. 

Scale in chains, one=l inch. 35 x 24. 
Original. W. 



2172. Chaudiere Island, Bytown, as surveyed out into Building and Hydraulic 
Lots, under the orders of the Commissioners of Public Works, by Messrs. 
Bell and Eussell, Prov. Land Surveyors. 1851. 

Scale, 1 chain to 1 inch. 29 x 19i 
Original. W. 

2173. Plan of part of the Chaudiere Islands, Bytown, as surveyed out into Building 
and Hydraulic Lots by D. Sinclair. P.L.S., under instructions from the Commis- 
sioner of Public Works, dated August 2.3rd, 1852. BytoAvn, Sept. 9th, 1S52. Dun- 
can Sinclair, Prov. Land Surveyor. 

Scale, 100 links to an inch. 
Original. W. 

2174. Plan shewing New Works on the Ottawa River in Vicinity of Chaudiere 
Falls, Ottawa. Ottawa, 22nd June. 1S69. George J. Austin, Prov. Land Survevor 
and C. E. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 34| x 34|. 
Original. W. 

2175. Sketch shewing (coloured in yellow) a vacant spot of ground helonging to the 
Ordnance at Bytown, which is considered eligible for the site of a church of 
England and Ireland. Eoyal Engineers Office, Bytown, 28th .July, 1847. Frs. 
Ringler Thomson, Lt. Col. El. Engineers. 

Scale, 2 chains or 132 feet to an inch. 17* x 10-|. 
Coloured MS. copy. 0. 

2176. Plan of Lots M and N. By Town S. P. Bytown. 17th Feby., 1847. Michael 
McDermott, C.E. and P. L. Surveyor. Eeferences. 

Scale, 2 chains=l inch. 32 x 42. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the E. E. Office Stamp. 0. 

2177. The Chaudiere, by William Errington. Master of the Transport Alexander. No. 
605, 16th May, 1815. Copy, E. E. Vidal. Copied from the original accompany- 
ing the report of Commodore Sir E. Owen on communications, 1816. 

Scale, 20 fathoms to an inch. 27f x lef. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2178. Section of the Different Lines for Navigation at the Des Chines. N. H. Baird, 
Civil Engineer, M.I.C.E.L. Xo. 5. 30th Jxme, 1832. 

Longitudinal scale, 60 feet to an inch. 

Vertical scale, 20 feet to an inch. 53 x llf. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Ordnance Office. 0. 

2179. Section of the Timber Channels at the Falls of the Chaudiere, shewing the 
improvements proposed for the passaae of timber. X. H. Baird. Civil Engineer. 
M.LC.E.L. Xo. 6 

Longitudinal scale, 60 feet to an inch. 
Vertical scale. 20 feet to an inch. 60 x Hi-. 
Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2180. Section of the Remmocks Rapids. Xo. 7. Else 3 ft. 7 in. 1 pt. X. H. Baird, 
Civil Engineer, M.LC.E.L., 1832. 

Longitudinal scale, 60 feet to an inch. 
Vertical scale, 20 feet to an inch. 33 x 11^. 
Original. 0. 

2181. Section of the Petite Chaudiere. Eise 9ft. Oin. Ipt. 2Sth June (1832). X. 
H. Baird, Civil Engineer, M.I.C.E.L. 

Longitudinal scale, 60 feet=one inch. 



271 

Vertical scale, 20 feet=one inch. 46| x ll^. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2182. Sections of the Ravine and Grand Fall of the Chats with proposed Timber 
Slides. Rise 3Y ft. 2 in. 8 pts. 16th June, 1832. No. 9 N: H Baird, Civil 
Engineer, M.I.C.E.L. 

Scale, horizontal, 60 feet=l inch. Vertical, 20 ft.=l inch. 594 x 11^. 
Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2183. Chats — Section across the Portage des Cages. Rise 37ft. 2 in., %opt. N. H. 
Baird, Civil Engineer, M.I.C.E.L., 16th June, 1832. 

Longitudinal scale, 60 feet=one inch. Vertical scale, 20 feet=one inch. 
58J X Hi-. 

Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2184. Section from the Chats to the Chaudiere Lake for the Mississippi or Ding- 
wall Snie, rise 46 ft. in. pt. N. H. Baird Civil Engineer, M.LC.E.L., June, 
1832. 

Longitiidinal scale, 60 ft.^one inch. Vertical scale, 20 feet=l in. 55^ x llj. 
Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2185. Plan shewing the present Timber Channel at the Chats. 1832. By N. H. 
Baird, Civil Engineer, M.LC.E.L. 87 x 38i. 

Original, bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2186. Section of the Timber Channel at the Falls of the Chaudiere — Shewing the 
Improvements proposed by means of Piers and Gates. No. 1. N. H. Baird, 
1832. 

Longitudinal scale, 60 feet to an inch ; vertical scale, 20 ft to an in. 39 x Hi. 
Original, bearing the stamp of the Ordnance Office. 0. 

2187. Slide proposed to be constructed at the Falls of the Chat. 1832. No. 2. 
N. H. Baird, C. E., M.LC.E.L., I7th July, 1832. 

Scale, 20 ft.=one inch. 20| x 12|. 
Original. 0. 

2188. Section at First Rapid, Petite Chaudiere. No. 3. N. H. Baird, Civil En- 
gineer, M.LC.E.L., 4/7/30. 

Longitudinal scale, 60 ft. to one in. Vertical scale, 20 ft. to one in. 20^ x 

Hi. 

Original. 0. 

2189. Map of the Timber Limits in the Upper Ottawa Agency. Compiled in the 
Department of Crown Lands, Quebec, 1887. 

Scale of Statute miles, 4=1 inch. 62i x 43|. 

2190. Section through Clergy Reserve and Capt le Breton's property. N. H. Baird, 

Civil Engineer, M.LC.E.L. No. 4. 

Longitudinal section, 60 feet=one inch. 
Vertical section, 20 feet=one inch. 80 x Hi. 
Original, bearing Board of Ordnance stamp. O. 

2191. Plan of the Tract of Land to be purchased from the Mississaga Nation, 31st 
May, 1819. Ottawa River, including the site of Ottawa City. 6^ x 7|. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2192. Sketch in explanation of A. J. Russell's and H. Merrill's report of the th 
April, 1853, To the Honourable the Commissioner of Crown Lands, on the neces- 
sity for certain reserves on Lot No. 39, Range S, Ottawa Front, Nepean. With 
section. Crown Timber Office, Bytown, 9th April, 1853, A. J. Russell. 



272 

Scale, 8 chains to an inch. — Section scale, horizontal, 4 chains to an inch. 
Vertical, 40 feet. 43i x 28|. 
Copy. W. 

2193. Plan of the Timber Channel, Chaudiere Falls, Bytown, shewing the position 
of the several slides, dams, &c. Samuel Keefer, Engineer, Board of Works, By- 
town, 27th Sept., 1845. J. Skead, Wm. Eogerson, John Chitty. 

Scale, 80 feet to an inch. 35J x ISf. 
Original. W. 

2194. Plan shewing the Position of Piers, Buoys and Booms, between the Great and 
Little Chaudiere Falls. Notes. Ottawa, April, 1870. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 41J x 37. 
Copy. W. 

2195. Plan of the Chaudiere Island, Bytown. Surveyed in 1851, by the Undersigned 
by order of the Dept. of Public Works. With sections. Eobert Bell, P. L. Sur- 
veyor; Samuel Keefer, Chief Engr. P.W.. A. J. Eussell, Prov. Land Surveyor, 
Quebec, 6th May, 1852. Copied from the original by Chas. McCarthy. Examined, 
F. P. Eubidge, A.E.P.W. 

Scale of chains, 1=1 inch. 47-i x 30i-. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2196. Plan shewing the proposed River Improvements for increasing the supply of 
water for the manufacturing establishments at the Chaudiere Falls, Ottawa, 
22nd September, 1864. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. I7i x 21g. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2197. Plan of the proposed Improvements in the Timber Channel at the Chaudiere 
Falls, by Col. By, Commanding Eoyal Engineers. John By, Lt. Colonel Eoyal 
Engrs., Comg. Eideau Canal, 1st January, 1829. Eeferences. John Burrows, 
Overseer of Works. 38-1 x 25i. 

Original. If. 

2198. Plan of the Chaudiere Islands, Bytown, exhibiting the available water power. 

Sections. — Special notes by S. Keefer, made Jan., 1851. Bytown, 27th November, 
1850. Horace Merrill. 47J x 26^. 
Original. W. 

2199. Copy of Original Plan of Bytown, in the time of Col. By. This plan embraces 
the rectangular space between Sussex and King Streets, and Eideau and St. 
Patrick (both sides), shewing the lots and names of proprietors. 

Scale, 88 feet to one inch. 23§ x 30|. 
IJncoloured MS. 0. 

2200. Lower Bytown — Sketch of part of the Town of Lower Bytown, shewing in 
Blue lines the positions of Cumberland and King Streets, and in green lines that 
of Dalhousie Street, according to Mr. Burrows. Eoyal Engineers Office, Bytown. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 261- x 33:}. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2201. Map of the City of Ottawa, P. Ontario, and the City of Hull, P. of Quebec, 
and their adjacent suburbs. Compiled by John A. Snow and Son, Provincial 
Land Surveyors and C. Engrs. From personal surveys and official records. 
Eeferences. John A. Snow, P. L. S. and C.E. J. Frederick Snow. Published by 
Mortimer & Co., Engravers and Lithographers, Ottawa. 54 x 50. 

Coloured litho. 



273 

2202. Plan of part of Lower Bytown, bounded by King and Augusta Streets, Ottawa 
Street and—. With lots, &c. 19 x 29|. 

Original, uncoloured MS., undated. S. 

2203. Plan of Lower Bytown, bounded by Wurtemburg, Rideau and Augusta 
Streets, shewing- lots, &c. 19| x 16f . 

Original, uncoloured MS. 8. 

2204. Plan of Quarry and Lands adjacent to Ordnance Office, City of Ottawa. Wm. 
Eyan Thistle, P.L.S. 19J x ISf. 

Original, coloured MS. 8. 

2205. Plan of 63 ten acre lots in No. 21 and 22 Gore of Gloucester, East side of 
Hogsbaek Dam. 12| x 20|. 

Original, uncoloured MS. 8. 

2206. Plan of the Chaudiere Falls and Environs, shewing on the North side of the 
Ottawa Wrights Town, from P. Wright's house to the Steam Boat Ferry, and on 
the South side the Government Stores, Ejchmond Landing and Eoad, the Clergy 
Eeserve, Lot 39, the LeBreton and Sherwood property, the Government purchase 
and Sparks house. 14g x 9^. 

Original, coloured MS. ^S*. 

2207. Part of the Diagram of the Township of Nepean. N.B. — The part coloured 
yellow is ground recently purchased by Government of W. Eraser. D. Q. Mr. 
Genls. Office. Copy, J. P. 121 x 7|. 

Coloured MS. 8. 

2208. Plan of part of the Township of Nepean, shewing the Government purchase. 
1824. With references. G. A. Eliot, Br. Major, 68th Eegt. 123 x 8. 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2209. Sketch of the Government Purchase in the Township of Nepean, by Major 
Eliot, 68th Eegt. 1824. 

Scale, 8 inches to a mile. 21 x 16i. 
Original, uncoloured MS. f rom C series. 

2210. Part of the Township of Nepean. Endorsed. ' Transmitted in Sir Pr. Mait- 
land's letter of 19th March, 1827.' Copy by J. G. C, Shews the grantees of lands 
on the Ottawa front. 

Scale, 40 chains to one inch. 7i x 10.|. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

2211. Plan of Lots 39 and 40 in the Broken Front to the South of the Timber, 
Channel at the Chaudiere Falls. John By, Lt. Col. El. Engrs., Comg. Eideau 
Canal. 1827. With references. This plan shews the Chaudiere district, with the 
proposed cut by Capt. LeBreton through the Clergy Eeserve which Col By did not 
object to, the roads to Hull and Eiehmond and the Islands belonging to the King. 
161 X 21. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2212. Plan of the Chaudiere. 7| x 12*. 

Uncoloured MS. 8. 

. Diagram of a piece of Land near the entrance of the Rideau Canal. July 
2nd, 1828. John Burrows, Dy. Prov. Surveyor, July, 2nd, 1828. This original 
plan covers the ground now comprised in Major Hill Park, Ottawa. A note reads 
' His Excellency Lt. General Sir James Kempt, G.C.B. ; Lt. Col. Fanshawe, Eoyal 
Engrs., and Lt. Colonel Lewis, Eoyal Engrs., have ordered that no building should 
be erected on this high ground. John By, Lt. Colonel Eoyal Engrs., Comg. Eideau 
283—18 



274 

Canal, 5t]i July, 1828.' The piece of Land surveyed for L. Pooley, March 21, 1828; 
Area, 8** I'' IV is also shown. 

Scale, 100 feet to li inches. 25| x 20|. 

Original, coloured MS. S. 

2214. Plan and Sections of the Line of Bridges over the Chaudiere Falls. Lt. CoL 
By, Commanding Rl. Engineers. John By, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers, Conig. 
Rideau Canal. 22nd November, 1828. John Burrows, Overseer of "Works. 

Scale, 60 feet to an inch. 39 x 27. 
Single, coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2215. Plan of the Proposed Improvements in the Timber Channel at the Chaudiere 
Falls, By Lt. Col. By, Commanding Royal Engineers. John By, Lt. Colonel Royl. 
Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal. 1st January, 1829. John Burrows, Overseer of 
Works, G? D. 

Horizontal scale, 60 feet=l inch. Vertical scale, 20 feet=l inch. 38 x 24. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2216. DiagTam of parts of the Townships of Nepean and Gloucester, showing the 
Rideau Canal from the Ottawa to the Hogs Back. Lt. Col. By. Comg. Rl. Engrs. 
John By, Lt. Colonel, Rl. Engrs. Commg. Rideau Canal. 24th June, 1829. 

Scale, 1 inch=20 chains. 17 x 20^. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2217. Plan of part of Lower By Town. Shewing the situation of the Canal Basin 
and land to Rideau Street. With references. Original, forwarded to Col. Nicolls 
with Capt. Bolton's communication of the 21st Dec, 1832. No. 88. No. 1. 
Original sent with Capt. Bolton's communication of the 18th Dec. No. 84. The 
Comg. Royal Engr., Canada. D.B. 16^ x 10^. 

LTncoloured MS. 

2218. Sketch of part of Bytown. Original sent to the Comg. Royal Engr., Canada, 
with Capt. Bolton's report of the 12th Jany., 1833. No. 8. D. Bolton, Capt. 
Royal Engrs., 12th Jany., 1833. 42i x 33. 

Uncoloured MS. 0. 

2219. Plan of the Hospital at Bytown, fitted up as Officers Quarters. No. I'' D3. A. 

With references. D. Bolton, Capt. Lieut. Rl. Engrs., Rideau Canal, 10th May, 
1834. This plan was sent to Commy. Genl. for his inspection in a letter, dated 
5 May. Endorsed ' A trace of the Hospital at Bytown to accompany Capt. Bolton's 
report to the Res. Officers, Quebec, of the 10th May, 1834. No. 15, 10 x lOf. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2220. Sketch of the Channels of the Ottawa River at the Chaudiere Falls, shewing 
the Stone Wall built by Col. By across the Old Timber Channel, and the Ravine 
or Gully in which Capt. LeBreton states that he intended to form a mill site by 
excavating a channel through the Bank at A, down the Ravine until he obtained 
a sufficient fall, and diverting as much of the water from the Old Timber Channel 
as his mill might require by carrying it into the lower channel or Bay in the 
direction A B C or A B D as marked in yellow dotted lines. The Tongue of 
Land on which three buildings are erected as marked in the sketch does not 
belong to Capt. LeBreton, but the line dividing it from his property not being 
marked by any fence could not be correctly ascertained, 

A. Piece of land purchased by Government from Mr. Justice Sherwood, 
shaded red. Rl. Engineers Office, Kingston, 1st Feby., 1836. J. R. Wright. Lt. 
Col. Comg. Rl. Engineers, Upper Canada. (Copy). H. O. Crawley. Lieut. Royal 
Engineers, 1st Feby., 1836. 

Scale, 200 feet to one inch. 22 x 15i. 

Original coloured MS. 



275 

2221. Plan of By Town, shewing the Proposed Fortifications. Land taken from Mr. 
Sparks, Lot No. C, in Concession C, also Crown Eeserve O. With references. 
D. Bolton, Major, Senior Koyal Engineer, Ridean and Ottawa Canal, 25th Jany., 
1838. John Burrows, Clerk of the Works, W. C, 25/8/38. 

Scale, 5 chains=l inch. 42 x 28. 
Original coloured MS. 0. 

2222. Plan of Lot in Concession C, Nepean. 1841. Shows that part of what is now 
the City of Ottawa from the Basilica to New Edinburgh. 

No. 1, petitioned for by George Lang. 

No. 1. To be petitioned for by P. Stevenson. 201 x 16A. 

Original coloured MS. P. 

2223. Sketch.-^" The above shews how the above land was given to Oniel to occupy 
by Lt. Col. By's orders, Anthony Swalwell, Dept. P. Surveyor. Bytown, Feby. 
23rd, 1842." " I certify that the above sketch is correct according to the plan in 
the Engineers Office, with the exception of the places pointed out as where Mr. 
Munroe's and son in law's house is built which is not marked on the plans in the 
engineer's office. J. Burrows, Clerk of Works, 24 Feby., 1842." True copy. J. 
Burrows, Clerk of Works. The above sketch covers the ground now occupied by 
the arboretum of the Central Experimental Farm. 11 x 13f. 

Uncoloured, single MS. 

2224. Plan of Bytown and the adjacent Lots shewing their relative situation 
thereto. July 14th, 1842. Joseph Kirk, D.L.S. 

Scale, 8 chains to an inch. 29 x 23. 
Original, coloured MS. and copy. 

2225. Plan of the Church at Bytown. We certify that the annexed plan and appro- 
priation of the pews in the church is correct, James Joynt, W. H. Thompson, 
Church Wardens. August 2, 1842. Certified. J. Eowan Strong. This is a plan 
of the Old Church which stood on the site of the present Christ Church. 13 x 16. 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2226. Plan of part of Lower By Town, shewing the Concession Line or Road 
between Concessions C and D, Township of Nepean. D. Bolton, Maj. Gen. 
Rl. Engrs., E. and O. Canal. 1 Sept., 1842. Liset.— Sketch from the Surveyor 
General's plan shewing the Crown Eeserve in two Concessions. 

Scale, about 200 feet to one inch. 22 x 35. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the E. E. Office stamp. 0. 

2227. Plan of By Town, with its limits shewing the exact situation of every street 
and Lot. Drawn by Donald Kennedy, District Surveyor, Dec. 4th, 1842. Willis 
and Probts, Lith., 2 Wall Street, N. York. 

Scale, 6 chains=l inch. 33| x 23-i. 
Coloured litho. 

2228. Plan of Lots 39 and 40 in the Broken Front to the South of the Timber 
Channel at the Chaudiere Falls. With a memo, dated Aug. 3, 1844. John By, 
Lt. Colonel Eoyal Engrs., Commg. Eideau Canal, 11th August, 1828. 

Scale of 200 feet to one inch. 20| x 16*. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

2229. Plan of Letter ' ' Bytown. 22 x 17. 

Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2230. Plan of the Survey of the Subdivision of Lot Letter 0, Bytown, into Building 
Lots, shewing the buildings and improvements on it. ■ A. 150. Bytown, 5th Aug., 
1848. Eobert Bell, D.P.S. Examined, A.E. Eeferences. 

233— 18i- 



276 

Scale, 2 cliains to an inch. 22| x 16J. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2231. Plan of Parry Street,, Lower Bytown, Surveyed by Mr. McDermott, D.P.S., as 
required by Mr. Elliott, Ordnance Commissioner, in Sept., 1846. No. 15a. Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Bytown, 22nd Sept., 1846. H. A. White, Lieut., E. Engi-s., 
Bytown, 21st Sept., 1846. Michael McDermott, C.E. and Provincial Land Sur- 
veyor. 

Scale, one chain to one inch. 21^ x 12|. 
Original, uncoloured. 0. 

2232. Plan of Bytown, called for by Seth Thomas, Esq., Junior Ordnance Storekeeper 
(Note — Seth Thomas was moved from Quebec to Bytown in 1846 and transferred 
to Athlone early in 1850). 

Scale, 4 chains to one inch. 48 x 25^. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2233. Lots No. 39 and 40, 1st Con., Ottawa Front. With a note and references. 
Bytown, 22nd January, 1847. j\tichael McDermott, C.E. and Provl. Land Surveyor. 
Bytown Survey Plan No. 12. L. B. 10/105. 

Scale, two chains to one inch. 26| x 21|. 
Original coloured MS. 

2234. Plan Shewing the portions of the Land taken for the Service of the Rideau 
Canal at Bytown, occupied by Messrs. Bishopric and Birkett Reed, &c. Reference. 
Bytown, 27th January, 1847. Michael McDermott, C.E. and Provincial Land 
Surveyor. L.B. 10/111 Bytown Supply No. 16/A. 

2 chains to one inch. 37-1 x 21. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2235. Plan shewing the Town Lots on the Ordnance Property on Lot B., Conces- 
sion D., Township of Nepean, also the present occupants of the Ground. Bytown, 
6th Feby., 1847. Michael McDermott, C.E. and Provincial Land Surveyor. S.P. 
Bytown, No. 17. References. 

Scale, two chains to one inch. 43 x 17-i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the R. E. Office stamp. 0. 

2236. Plan of Concession B and 1st Concession, Ottawa Front. With references. 
N. Walker, Draftsman, R.E.D., 20/5/47. S. P. No. 20/s. L. B. 64/63. 

Scale, 2 chains to one inch. 24^ x 11. 
Original, coloured MS. 

2237. Bytown — Plan from Actual Survey shewing the true side lines between Lots 
B and C in Concession C, Township of Nepean, and the manner in which Welling- 
ton and Rideau Streets are laid out. S. P. 22/a. L. B. 64/74. N. Walker, Drafts- 
man, R. E. D., 19/6/47. Royal Engineers Office, Bytown, 19th June, 1847. Ers. 
Ringler Thomson, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engineers. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 96 x 17|. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2238. Copy from the Survey of a part of Lower Bytown. Shewing the Lots referred 
to in the Revd. P. A. Telmond's letter, dated 19th April, 1847. S. P. No. 27/a. 
L. B. 64/98. Royal Engineers Office, Bytown, 26th Aug., 1847. Frs. Ringler 
Thomson, Lt. Col. Royal Engrs. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 22J x I7f. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2239. Bytown. Plan shewing the North side of Ottawa Street, with the land laid 
out in acre lots (the present occupation shown by blue lines). Royal Engineers 



277 

Office, Bytown, 5 Nov., 1847. Chas. E. Ford, Capt. E. Engineers. K. J. King, 
Lieut. El. Engrs., 5th Nov., 1847. S.P. 29/a, N.W., S. & D., E.E.D. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 32-^- x 17|. 

Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2240. Bytown^Sketch of Head Land, alluded to in Mr. Secretary Byham's letter No. 
30 dated 24th Feby., 1843. 0/1304. Eoyal Engineers Office, Bytown, 15 Nov., 1847. 
Charles E. Eord, Capt. E. Engineers. Ered. H. King, Lieut. El. Engrs., 9th Nov., 
1847. S. P. No. 30/a. N. W., S. & D., E. E. D. 17J x 11. 

Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2241. Bytown — Plan shewing the Land belonging to the Ordnance on the Barrack 
Hill, with the relative position of Wellington and Rideau Streets. Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Bytown, 2nd June, 1848. Charles E. Ford, Capt. El. Engineers. 
F. W. King, Lieut. El. Engineers,2 June, 1848. S. P. No. 37/a. N.W.— S. & D. 
E. E. D., 2/6/48. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. 571- x 21i. 
Coloured manuscript copy. 0. 

2242. Sections of Barrack Hill, Bytown, to accompany Plan shewing Ordnance 
Property in Lot B, Con. C, Nepean, and the relative positions of Wellington and 
Eideau Streets. F. W. King, Lieut. El. Engineers, 2nd June, 1848. Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Bytown, 2nd June, 1848. Charles E. Ford, Capt. Eoyal Engineers. 
S. P. No. 38/a. N.W., S. & D. 21 x 164. 

TJncoloured MS. copy. 0. 

2243. Plan of Bytown — Shewing the Boundaries as marked on the ground and laid 
out, agTeeably to the M. G. and Board's Order, dated the 23rd April, 1845. M/1238. 
S. P. No. 40/a. N. W., S. & D.,E.E.D.. Plan No. 1, Part Second. Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Bytown, 5 Aug., 1848. Charles E. Ford, Capt. E. Engineers. Fred. 
A. King, Lieut, E. Engrs., 29th July, 1848. Michael McDermott, C. E. and Pro- 
vincial Land Surveyor. Bytown, 17th Jiily, 1848. 

Scale, 2 chains or 132 feet to an inch. 54 x 37. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2244. Rideau Canal. Sketch No. 2, to accompany report on Mr. Donald Kennedy's 
claim to land in lot M, Con. B, Township of Nepean. Eeferences. S. P. No. 50/a. 
Copy (with additions) from part of Surveyor General's plan. Township of Nepean. 
Nelson Walker, Surveyor and Draughtsman, E. E. Engineer, Dept., 23rd Jany., 
1849. 27xl7|. 

Coloured MS. 0. 

2245. Rideau Canal — Sketch shewing the Land reserved for fJanal purposes in 

Lots 27 and 28, 1st Con., Township of Marlborough. Copy of part of Plan No. 7 
(unfinished), Nelson Walker, Surv. and Drftsm., Eyl. Engrs. Dept., 18/7/49. To 
accompany Capt. Ford's letter to the Commg. El. Engrs., Canada, dated 19th 
July 1829. 27/85. Fred W. King, Lieut, El. Engrs., 18th July, 1849. Eoyal En- 
gineers Office, Bytown, 18th July, 1849. Charles E. Ford, Capt. Eoyal Engineers. 

Scale, two chains to an inch. I7f x 11 1. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the stamp. 0. 

2246. Bytown — Sketch shewing the proposed arrangement of the Lots in occupation 
by the different Forwarding Companies near the Canal Basin. C. A. L. S. and D. 
E. Engineers Office, Bytown, 10th January, 1850. Charles E. Ford, Capt. E. 
Engineers. S. P. No. 61/a. Copied by C. A. Lancaster, S. and Draftsman, E. 
E D. See Eeport 99/1. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 22i x 17*. 
Coloured MS., bears the E. E. office stamp. 0. 



2247. Plan of the Chaudiere Islands, Bytown, Surveyed in 1851, by the undersigned, 
by order of the Dept. of Public Works. Kobert Bell, P. L. Surveyor; A. J. Eussell, 
Pro. Land Surveyor; Samuel Keefer, Chief Engr., P. W. Quebec, 6th May, 1852. 
Remarks. Sections. Copy for Provincial Registrar. 

Scale, 1 chains=l inch. 50 x 29. 
Coloured MS. S. 

2248. Bytown, C. W. — Plans, Elevations and Sections of the Barracks. Charles 
Sedley, Lieut. Rl. Engrs. Rl. Engineers Olfice, Bytown, 14th June, 1852. Charles 
E. Ford, Capt. R. Engineers. With explanations. 

Scale, 10 feet to an inch. 36 x 24f . 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2249. Plan of Lot Letter N, in Concession B, of the Township of Nepean. Surveyed 
by Michl. McDermott, C. E., P.L.S. Bytown, 17th day of August, 1848. Shews 
Old Ordnance Boundary Stones. Crown Lands Department, Quebec, 2nd April, 
1853. John Rolph, Comr. of Crown Lands. Certified a true copy. T. D. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 42f x 13A. 
Coloured MS. P. 

2250. Plan of the pa.rt of Lot K, in Concession B, Nepean, which lies west of the 
part of the lot taken by the Ordnance for Canal purposes (as shewn by the Ord- 
nance boundary line coloured red). Shewing particularly hoAv .John Shay, the 
present occupier has cleared, fenced it and built on it. Also shewing the three 
small pieces near the school house, containing 2 acres, which John Potvin states 
was all the cleared land on it, 21 years ago, when he purchased it from Mr. Einlay. 
Anthony Swalwell, P. L. Surveyor. April 22nd, 1853. 

Scale, 4 chains=l inch. 20|- x 16*. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2251. Plan shewing the Reserve on Lot 39, Concession A, Broken Front, Nepean. 

Note. Bytown, 23rd June, 1853. Duncan Sinclair, Prov. Surv. 
Scale, 2 chains to one inch. I7i x 27^. 
Coloured MS. S. 

2262. Plan, shewing the position of a House, building by one Little, with respect 
to the Ordnance property as determined by Wm. McConnell, Prov. L. S., Ottawa, 
28lh October, 1857. Shewing an old house that stood partly on Cartier Square, 
nearly opposite Col. Sherwood's house, and partly on what is now Laurier Ave. 
Remarks. 

Scale, 1 chain to an inch. 20^ x 14|. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

2253. Plan of part of the City of Ottawa, shewing the site for the proposed Central 
School, coloured red. Copied from city plans. Shewing Mr. McConnell's survey 
of the proposed school lot, formerly with the Land Petitioners. James D. Slater, 
P. L. S. Ottawa, 9th Feby., 1858. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 14§ x 19. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2254. Plan shewing the position of the Corner of Sussex and York Streets, on the 

north side of the latter. As surveyed by Wm. McConnell, P. L. S., Ottawa City. 
5th April, 1858. Remarks. 13i x lOA. 
Original^ coloured MS. 0. 

2255. Map of the City of Ottawa, compiled from accurate surveys by W. R. Thistle 
& Co., Provincial Land Surveyors, 1869. J. B. Taylor, Publisher. 

Scale, 4 chains=l inch. 62 x 37j. 
ITncoloured litho. 



279 

2256. Plan of Stewarton, Being Subdivision of Lot Letter F, in Concession C, (R.F.) 
Nepean. W. E. Thistle, P.L.S. Certified a true copy of tlie original plan. Novem- 
ber 29th, 1871. George J. Gebhardt, Steam-Litho., Montreal and Toronto. 

Scale, 100 chains to an inch. 52 x 22|. 
Coloured litho. S. 

2257. Map of the City of Ottawa — 1874. Compiled from the most recent surveys 
by Mara & Maingy, Patent Agents, Draughtsmen, &c., Post Office Block, Elgin St., 
Ottawa. Engravel by H. H. Lloyd & Co., New York. 

Scale, 16 chains to the inch. 16 x 15. 
Coloured litho. 

2258. Bird's Eye View of the City of Ottawa, Province of Ontario, Canada. 1876. 
References. Drawn by Herm. Brosius. Chas. Shober & Co., Props., Chicago 
Litho. Co. 35| X 26. 

Tinted litho. 

2259. Map of the City of Ottawa, Published by A. S. Woodburn, Ottawa. Examined 
and approved Robert Surtees, C. E., 1st January, 1885. 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch. 51 x 36. 
Coloured litho. 

2260. Topographic Map, Ontario — Quebec. Ottawa Sheet. Department of Militia 
and Defence. 1908. Topographical section. General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario — 
Quebec. 75° 30'— 45° 15' Ottawa Sheet. No. 14. 

Scale, %3360, or 1 inch to 1 mile. 28| x 24. 
Coloured litho. M. 

2261. Sketch of Ottawa River from Rideau Falls up to River Mississipi, Lac Des 

Chats. 1832. 201 x 25^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2262. By Town and Ottawa. See also Rideau Canal. 

2263. Part of the Ottawa River, showing the Carillon Canal and Dewar's Island — 

No date. 40 x 21. 
Coloured MS. S. 

2264. Townships on the North of the Ottawa River — Onslow, Eardley, Hull, Tem- 
pleton. Joseph Bouchette, Sur. General. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 41 x 25|. 
Original, coloured MS. 8. 

2265. An Accurate Survey of the North Side of the Grand River from Carillon 
Upwards. A copy from the original, 28th August, 1788. James Rankin. En- 
dorsed ' Chatham and part of Grenville.' 

Scale, 20 chains=l inch. 53 x 19. 
Coloured MS. S. 

2266. Plan of Joseph Mondion's Improvements and also of the Island of the Portage 
des Chats. 1801. With references. True copy. Joseph Bouchette, S. General. 

Scale of 10 chains to an inch. 22 x 30|. 
Coloured MS. S. 

2267. Map of the Carillon Rapids. October, 1818. 

Scale of 100 yards to an inch. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2268. Plan of the North Bank, Ottawa or Grand River, between the Long Sault 
and Chute Blondeau, 1819. 



280 

Scale, 440 feet to an inch, or 12 inches to a mile. 88 x 22-| 
Original, bearing Board of Works stamp. W. 

2269. Sketch of part of the Ottawa river, shewing Chats Falls and Chaudiere Lake 

(now Lake Deschenes). Certified a true copy. Geo. Fowler, Capt. and Dy. A. Q. 
M.G. 

Scale of six miles to 4-| inches. 20| x 14. 

TTncoloured MS. copy. 8. 

2270. Chute an Blondeau. Shewing the Government Canal; most tangible site to 
erect a mill, &c. G. B. Manley, Eng., 1829. 18 x 22:|. 

Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2271. Plan of the Little Channel on the Chute a Elondeau. With Sections of the 
Site of the Projected Improvements to the Navigation of the Ottawa at that 
Eapid. Eemarks. (Copy). J. D. Hall, Captn. Royal Staff Corps. Commanding 
Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, Feby. 4th, 1829. Accompanying Lt. General Sir 
James Kempt's Report, dated Quebec, 12th Eeby., 1829, to the Right Honourable 
Sir James Murray. Referred to in Mr. Secretary Hay's letter to the Board, dated 
28th March, 1829. 

Scale, 100 feet, 150 links to one inch. 32| x 21-i. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2272. Plan of the Little Channel on the Chute a Blondeau. With sections of the 
Site of the Projected Improvements to the ISTavigation of the Ottawa at that 
Rapid. True copy. Hy. Du Yernet, Major, Rl. Staff Corps. 

Scale, 100 feet, 150 links to U inches. 33i x 19f . 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2273. Entrance to Grenville anal. Greece's Point. 1829. Commanding Royal En- 
gineers Office, Quebec, 8th Sept., 1829. 

Scale of 220 feet to an inch. 10 x 7j. 
Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2274. Map of the Township of Nepean in the District of Bathurst and Province of 
Upper Canada, by Anthony Swalwell, 15th March, 1830. jSTote. — The above sketch 
is a copy of the Surveyor General's Map of Nepean. A. S. 9| x 15f. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the stamp, R. E. Office, No. 35. 0. 

2275. Sketch of part of the Ottawa River, shewing the North shore from Greece's 
Point to below the Carillon Rapids, with the names of the grantees. Jos. 
Bouchette, 1830. 201 x 9|. 

Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2276. Skeleton Plans, Longitudinal and Transverse Sections of the Ground, present 
lock, ifcc, and proposed new one at the Split Rock, R. S. Piper, Captain, Com- 
mandg. Royal Engr., Montreal District. Copied by T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughts- 
man, <S:c., Quebec. 1832. 

Scale, 15 feet to one inch. 21 x 16A. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

2277. Design for a Wooden Bridge on Combined principles, by N. H. Baird, Civil 
Engineer — A. 

Scale, tV inch=one foot. 29i x 12J. 
Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2278. Design for a Wooden Bridge on Combined Principles. N. H. Baird. B. 

Scale for main links, I ineh=one foot. 

Scale for remainder of plan, J of an inch=one foot. 29-| x 12|-. 

Original, uncoloured MS. 8. 



281 

2279. Plan of the Proposed Timber Slide at the Falls of the Chat. 1832. N. H. 
Baird, Civil Engineer, M. I. C. E. L. 

Scale, 60 feet to an inch. 25-^ x 20|. 

Original MS., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2280. Plan of the Rapids of the Chats, shewing the situations of the proposed im- 
provements of Slides and Navigation by N. H. Baird, C.E., Aug., 1832. 23| x 18.- 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Eortifications stamps. 0. 

2281. Chute au Blondeau. G. B. Manley, Engineer. G. W. Eaststaff, Draftsman. 
A copy of Manley's plan (No. 95) by Eaststaff. 1833. (This appears to be a 
copy of the copy as EaststafPs first initial T. is omitted). 14i- x 21^. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2282- Crown Reserve, Lot No. 8, Grenville. 2nd Concession. With references and 
notes. Koyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 22nd Nov., 1833. G. Nicolls, Colonel, 
Comg. El. Engr., Canada. Copy. (With Col. Nicolls' signature). T. G. W. East- 
stair, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 18 x 14i. 

Coloured MS. from C series. 

2283. Plan of the Mississipi Snye, and the Portages and Ferry connecting the 
Navigation from Lake Chaudiere to the Chats Lake, Compiled from the original 
and Partial Surveys. Notes on the Levels, Profiles, &c. Office of the Board of 
Works, 1845. 

Scale in chains, 30^2^ inches. 43* x 30. 
Original, bearing the Board of Works stamp. W. 

2284. Portage du Fort Slides. Elevation and Ground Plan. Nathaniel Burwash, 
Daniel ]\[cLachlin, Edw. McGillivray. Bytown, 4th September, 1851. Witness, 
Samuel Keefer, Horace Men-ill. Pencil note as to instructions by Horace Merrill. 
Supt. Ottawa Works. 

Scale, i of a mile to 1 foot. 41| x 134. 
Original. W. 

2285. Plan of Portage du Fort Slide, and Islands. Bytown, 4th September, 1851. 
Witness, Samuel Keefer, Horace Merrill, Nathaniel Burwash, Daniel McLachlin, 
Edward McGillivray. 

Scale, 2 m. to 100 ft. 31^ x 15. 
Original. W. 

2286. Plan of Islands in the River Ottawa, situate between the Chats and du 
Chene Lakes, Surveyed, P. P. Eobertson, Prov. Land Surveyor, 1852. The Islands 
shaded red are those surveyed at the request of Mr. Robert Conroy. 

Scale of chains, 8=1 inch. 
Original. W. 

2287. Plan of Islands in the Chats Raijids. Aylmer, 14th September, 1853. J. J. 
Roney, P.L.S. 

Scale, 2 chains to one inch. 39^- x 26:^. 
Original. W. 

2288. Mohr's Island, Chats Rapids, Ottawa. Aylmer, 4th Sept., 1853. J. J. Roney, 
PL.S. 

Original. W. 

Scale, 2 chains to 1 inch. 391 x 26i. 



282 

2289. General Plan of the Vicinity of the Chats Rapids, Ottawa River, Composed 
partly frona a survey by Thos. Keefer, C.E. W. B. Gallway, C.E., 24th Sept./53. 
Scale, 20 chains to one inch. 37i x 24. 
Orig-inal. W. 

2290- Map of the Chats Rapids, Ottawa River. References. Aylmer, 1854. J. J. 
Roney, Prov. Surveyor. 

Scale, 4 chains to one inch. 3Tf x 36. 
Original. IT'. 

2291. Plan shewing- the Reserve for the Working of the Slide at Portage du Fort, 

being on Lot No. 25 in the 8th Concession of the Township of Ross, as surveyed 
in November, 1860. Ottawa, 15th November. 1860. George F. Austin, Land 
Surveyor. Office of W. A. Austin and Co., P. L. Survevors, Civil Engineers, &c., 
Ottawa, C. W. 

Scale, 100 feet to \in inch. 35^ x 23 J. 

Original. W. 

2292. Plan of the proposed Cheneaux Boom extension. Plan referred to in Contract 
No. 3857, signed this 10th day of December. A.D., 1872. Witness, D. Scott, A. H. 
Johnson. Witness, H. A. Fissiault, Hector L. Langevin, M.P.W., J. Brown, Secy. 

Scale, 600 feet to an inch. 59-]- x 30^. 
Original. W. 

2293. Plan of Ottawa River— Portage du Fort to Deep River. G. H. Perry, C. E. 
Chichester, 11th January, 1877. Sections, profile, &c. 

Scale, 2 inch to one mile. 305 x 41i. 
Orig'inal. W. 

2294. Otter River, an Eye Sketch whilst coming up it. No. 40li. Otter River, Lieut- 
enant Vidal's Journal. With extracts from the Journal, as to the navigation, a 
list of settlers and remarks. A. T. E. Vidal. W. F. W. Owen. Copy, E. E. Vidal. 
Copied from the original chart accompanying Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Scale, about 4 inches to a milg. 12 x 16. 
ITncoloured MS. from Q series. 

2295. Copy of part of Mr. Rankin's plan of his Survey of Owen's Sound. Surveyor 
General's Office, Kingston, July 14tb, 1843 Thomas Parke, Sur. General. 

Partly coloured MS. P. 

2296. Chart of Owen Sound. Extension Survey, Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Railway, 
1853. Sandford Fleming, August, 1853. Note. 

Scale, 12 chains per inch. 40 J- x 30. 
Copy. W. 

2297. Sketch, shewing several small surveys proposed to be made with a view of 
promoting the advancement of the Owen's Sound Settlement, &c., &c. C. Rankin, 
D. S. Montreal, 22nd May, 1846. 

Scale, 2^ miles=l inch. 294 x 19^ 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2298. Plan of part of Owen Sound Town Plot for the purpose of showing the bank 
and River in front with the opportunity for getting a tract of any particular 
breadth on the top of the banks. April 2nd, 1869. C. Rankin, P.L.S., with memos. 

Scale, 2 chains per inch. 39 x 18]. 
Original, shaded MS. P. 

2299. Plan of East and West Oxford, with the Gore. With explanations. O. Barthy, 
D. P. Surveyor, 5th April, 1842. 

Scale, 160 chains to an inch. 13g x 8. 
Original, coloured MS. 8. 



2300. Plan of Palmerston Township, Ontario. Traced, Sept. 17th, 1872. C. E. K. 

Scale, 40 chains=l inch. 19 x 26^ MS. 

2301. Town of Paris. Published by T. S. Shenston, Registrar, Co. Brant. 1876. 
With references. 

Scale, 400 feet per inch. 29i x 19. 
Uncoloured print. 8. 

2302. Plan of the Town of Paris in the Townships of Dumfries and Brantford, Dis- 
trict of Gore. Thomas Allchin, Deputy Provincial Surveyor, drawn by F. Hearst, 

1847. 

Scale of chains, 4=1 inch. 25J x 18|. 
Original. W. 

2303. Parry Sound— South Channel. Shoal No. 3. Surveyed in August, 1876, by 
C. E. Michaud, Asst. Engr., U. Valiquette, Delt. 

Scale, 1/1200=100 feet to an inch. 27 x I81. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2304. Parry Sound, South Channel, Shoal Xo. 4. Surveyed in August, 1876, by 
C. E. Michaud, Asst. Engr., U. Valiquette, Delt. 

Scale, 1/1200=100 feet to an inch. 291 x 22^. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2305. Map of the County of Peel, Canada West, Compiled by Chas. Unwin and A. 
B. Scott, P. L. Surveyors, Provincial Chambers, Toronto, Lithographed by J. 
Ellis, 8 King St., Toronto, C.W. References. 

Scale, 1 mile to an inch. 25 x 38. 
Coloured print. 

2306. Plan of the Harbour of Penetangushene. Taken October, 1815, by Capt. W. 
F. W. Owen, a copy signed J. Harris, Quebec, 24th June, 1816. G. ISTicolls, Lt. 
Col. El .Engineers. Eoyal Engineers Drawing Eoom, Quebec, 5th June, 1816. 
J. B. Duberger, Cadet, &c., &c., &c. 

Scale, 300 yards to an inch. 19^ x 27i. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Board of Ordnance and the Inspector 
General of Fortifications. 0. 

2307. Government Reserve at Penetanguishene. 84 x lOf. 

Original, partly coloured MS. S. 

2308. Sketch of the Harbour of Penetang-ushene with the Soundings laid down in 
fathoms, taken by Alex. Aitkin, Dpy. Surveyor, in 1794. Endorsed: — In Lieut. 
Governor Simcoe's No. 10, of 10th Nov., 1794. 

Scale of half a mile to one inch. 20 x 18i. 
Coloured, single MS. copy from Q series. 

2309. Sketch of the Indian Purchase at Penetangushene. A. Aitkin, Dy. Surv. 
(With an agreement with the Indians). 19th May, 1795. A true copy from the 
original, Niagara, 26th May, 1795. W. Johnson Chew, Str. Keeper, I. D. 

Scale, 2 miles=l inch. 15 x 21. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

2310. Sketch of the Indian purchase at Penetangushene. A. Aitkin, Dy. Survr. 
Copy. D. O. Smith, Actg. Sur. Genl. With an agreement by the Indians. 1795. 

Scale, 2 miles=l inch. 16| x 26. 
Coloured MS. from C series. 

2311. Plan of Penetangushene Harbour and Works projected for the Defence of the 
Intended Dock Yard, by W. B. Payne, Capt. Royl. Engrs. With references and 
a report. Eoyal Engrs. Drawing Eoom. True Copy. J. B. Duberger, Jr. 



284 

Scale, 300 feet to one inch. 25f x 27. 

Coloured, single, MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2312. Plan copied from Mr. Wilmot's survey, taken in 1811. Lots marked red are 
necessary to be reserved for Naval and Military purposes. E. W. Durnford, Lt. 
Col. Comg. El. Engr. Near Penetangushene Harbour. Quebec, January, ioth, 
1818. Eoyal Engineers Drawing Eoom, W. Walpole, Lieut, E. Engrs, 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 22:^ x 171. 
Original coloured MS. ;S'. 

2313. Route from Younge St. to Penetanguishene. With table of distances. 27th 
June, 1819. 8 x 12i. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2314. Plan of the Concessions, &c. at Penetanguishene. No. 3. Copied from Mr. 
Wilmot's Survey in 1811. Shewing lots proposed to be reserved for Military 
purposes. Dock Yards, &c. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, June 
28th, 1819. 

Scale, 40 chains to one inch. 22 x 17. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Lispector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2315. Sketch of the Harbour of Penetanguishene. No. 1. Shewing the situation 
proposed for the Pentagonal Tower. J. E. Wright, Lt. Col. El. Engineers. 
El. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. 
Engineer, Canada. H. Briscoe, Lt., El. Engineers. 

Scale, 300 yards to one inch. 22 x 18. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2316. Plan and Section of a Pentagonal Fortified Tower proposed to be erected at 
Penetanguishene. No. 2. El. Engineers Office, Kingston. J. E. Wright, Lt. 
Col. El. Engineers. El. Engrs. Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, 
Col. Comg. El. Engineers, Canada. H. Briscoe, Lt, El. Engineers. 

Scale of 40 feet to an inch. 16 x 21i. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance Plans. 

2317. Plan and Section of a project for a Keep towards the Defence of Pene- 
tangueshene. Copy. Eeferences. Henry P. Wulff, Lieut. Eoyal Engineer. 
Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec. March 18th, 1829. 

Scale, 40 feet to one inch. 20A x 16. 
Coloured, single MS. from C series. 

2318. Plan of a Building proposed as a Store at Penetanguishene, but to afford 
temporary accommodation as an Officers Barrack for two Companies of the line 
and three or four other officers as Engineers, Commissariat and Barrack Master 
until the contemplated permanent work is built. B. El. Engi-s. Office, Kingston, 
11th November, 1829. J. E. Wright, Lieut. Col. Commandg. Eoyal Engineer, 
Canada. George Phillpotts, Capt. Eoyl. Engr. Commanding Eoyal Engineei-s 
Office, Quebec, 19th Nov., 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commandg.' Eoyl. Engrs., 
Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. lOj x 17. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

2319. Plan of a Building proposed as an Indian Council House and Quarters or 
the Indian Department at Penetanguishene, TJ.C. C. George Phillpotts, Capt. 
Eoyl. Engineers. El. Engineers Office, Kingston, 11th Nov., 1829. J. E. Wright, 



285 

Lt. Col. Comg. Royal Engineer, U. Canada. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 19tli Nov., 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commang. Royal Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10^ x 17. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

2320. Plan of a Pentagonal Fortified Barrack upon the principle of the Tower in 
Fort Wellington, proposed to be erected at Penetanguishene, calculated to accom- 
modate two companies in single bedsteads, with appropriate stores of every des- 
cription, prepared with reference to the Report of the Engineer Commissioners. 
No. 1. Rl. Engineer Office, Kingston, 7 Feby., 1829. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Rl. 
Engineers. R. H. Bonnycastle, Capt. Royal Engineers, 7 February, 1S29. Com- 
manding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th April, 1829. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. Section, 20 feet to an inch. 49| x 21J. 
Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2321. Plan of the Ground and Upper Floors of a Square Tower, on the principles 
of Lt. Colonel W. R. Wright's R. E. improved Wellington Pentagonal Tower, 
calculated to contain Bomb-proof cover for 200 men and officers in proportion, 
with the requisite stores of every description for , proposed as a present 
defence for the Naval Establishment at Penetangushene, and to form the Keep 
of a Square Bastional enceinte, to be hereafter constructed there. No. 1 and No. 
2. Plate 2. 

No. 1. Tipper Floor. References. No. 2. Ground Floor. References. T. C. 
Luxmore, Lieut. Royal Engineers; Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
1829. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 17 x 21. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2322. Sketch of the Harbour of Penetanguishene, shewing the situation above the 
Naval Establishment on which the Engineer Commissioners recommended the 
construction of a Fortified Tower. No. 2. Royal Engineers Office, Kingston, 7th 
Feby., 1829. J. R. Wright, Lieut. Colonel, Royal Engineers. Royal Engineers 
Office, Kingston, 7 February, 1829. John Cromie, 2nd Lieut., Royal Engineers; 
Commanding^Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 1829. 

. Scale,. 1,000 feet to one inch. 40 x 25|. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2323. Plan of the Platform, and Section of a Square Tower, on the principles of Lt. 
Colonel Wm. R. Wright's R. E. improved Wellington Pentagonal Tower, &c., &c. 
(.Copy). Plate 1. (See Plate 2. Plans 1 and 2 of floors). T. C. Luxmore, Lieut. 
Royal Engineers; Commanding Royal Engineers' Office, Quebec, 1829. 

Scale, 40 feet=l inch; for section, 20 feet=l inch. 17 x 21. 
Coloured MS. copy. 

2324. Plan of His Majesty's Naval Establishment at Penetanguishene. References. 
J. R. Wright, Lieut. Col. Comg. Royal Engineer, IT. Canada. Copied from a 
plan in the possession of Commodore Barrie. John Cromie, Lieut. Royl. Engrs. 
Royal Engineers Office, Kingston, 7th NoA^, 1829. Commanding Royal Engineei-s 
Office, Quebec, 19th Nov., 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Com. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 4 chains=l inch. 30 x 17. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2325. Plan of a Building, proposed as a Store at Penetanguishene, but to afford 
temporary accommodation for two Companies of the Line, 160 men with the 
proportionate number of women, equal to 180 men and cook houses until the con- 
templated permanent work is built. A. Rl. Engineers Office, Kingston, 11th 
Nov., 1829. J. R. Wright, Lt. Col. Comg. Royal Engineer, U. Canada. Geo. 



286 

Phillpotts, Capt. Royal Engineers. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
19th November, 1829. E. W. Durnford, Col. Commg. Royal Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 10^ x 17. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

2326. Plan of part of the County of Simcoe, shewing the Townships adjacent to the 
Penetangushene Road. With explanation. Surveyor Generals Office, York, Feby. 
28th, 1830. W. Chewett, Acting Surveyor Genl. 

Scale, 2 m. per inch. J. C. G. 24i x 27. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2327. Penetanguishene. No. 3. Plan shewing the arrangement for the Settlement 
of the Pensioners. Explanations. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., 
Canada. Rd. Pilkington, Draftsman, 26th June, 1831. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 17-| x 22. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. O. 

2328. Penetanguishene. — Plan shewing a portion of the Military and Naval Re- 
serves in Concessions I, II, III, IV and V. Township of Tay, and the. spaces 
denominated the ' Triangular ' and ' Square Redouts,' in the Township of Tiny, 
all in the County and District of Simcoe, Canada West, as surveyed by John 
Emerson, PL Ld. Surveyor, and the Royal Engineer Dept. in the months of 
August, September and October, 1851, the survey having been authorized by the 
Head Qrs. Respective Officers, of Her Majesty's Ordnance to the Commissioner 
of Crown Lands, dated 8th Augaist, 1851. With table of contents. Compiled under 
the instructions of the Commanding Royal Engineer in Canada, drawn by Nelson 
Walker, Surveyor and Draughtsman, R. E. Dept. and compared with the original 
documents and computed by Chas. Walkem, Surv. and Draftsman, R. E. D. at 
Montreal, Head Qr. Office in the months of February and March, 1852. To accom- 
pany the Commanding Rl. Engineers' letter to the Inspector General of Fortifi- 
cations, dated 19th March, 1852. No. 412. H. P. Wulff, Lt. Col. C. R. Engr. 

Scale of 16 chains to an inch. 39i x 26-J. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of I'ortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2329. Plan of Naval and Military Reserves at Penetanguishene. Surveyor Generals 
Office, Toronto, Upper Canada, 18th April, 1835. Copy, Henry Lizars. S. P. 
Hurd, S. G. Certified as a true copy. T. G. W. Eaststaff, draughtsman. Copy 
of License of Occupation. With a pencil note by J. Nightingale, dated 7th Dec, 

' 1852. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 18A x 26:^. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2330. Penetanguishene. No. 2. Plan of the Naval and Military Reserves. Contents. 
Copy, R. Pilkington. Draftsman. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Rl. Engineer, 
Canada, 26th October, 1850. 

Scale of feet, 2,000=1 inch. I7i x 13. 
Coloured litho., unstamped. 0. 

2331. Simcoe district. No. 3. Sketch shewing the relative positions of the Military 
Reserve Lot 27, Con. 9, Township of Flos, containing 66 acres, according to the 
Patent dated, 6th Sept.. 1848. Shev.-ing also the Naval and Military Reserves 
at Penetanguishene. Rd. Pilkington, Draftsman. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. 
Rl. Engineer, Canada, 26th October, 1850. 

Scale of chains, 250=1 inch. 17^ x 13. 
Coloured litho., unstamped. 0. 



287 

2332. Penetanguishene — Plan of Mill Reserve. East-half of lot No. 116, 1st Con. 
Tiny, (in pencil 'should be west'). Surveyed by Hugh P. Savigny, E.L.S. Barrie, 
2nd May, 1851. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 13 x 18. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2333. Map of Penetanguishene Bay and Harbour. Surveyed, 1879. June. Surveyed 
by r. M. Hamel, Asst. Engr. Drawn by Stewart Derbishire. 

Scale, %ooo— 500 feet:=l inch. 45g x IS^. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2334. Map of the Penetanguishene, Bay and Harbour. Surveyed, May, 1879. F. M. 
Hamel, Asst. Engineer. 

Scale, 1/2400. 112 x 42i. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2335. Part of Peterborough. By John Hutton, Depy. Surveyor, 30th May, 1836. 

Scale, three chains to an inch. 8 x 13. 
Original, coloured MS. 8. 

2336. Peterborough. Crown Lands Department, Montreal, 1846. (A true copy, A.E.) 
D. B. Papineau, C. C. L. 

Scale, 3 chains to one inch. J. C. Dts. 32| x 20|. W. 

2337. A true Copy of a Plan for laying out the unsurveyed land south of the Town 
of Peterborough (lately purchased by the Town Council) submitted to the Town 
Council of the Town of Peterborough on the 14th May, 1855, by Geo. A. Stewart, 
Eng., P.L.S. Jean O'Brien, Town Clerk. Council Office, Town of Peterborough, 
May 16th, 1855. 32 x 21. 

Coloured MS. 8. 

2338. Map of the Peterboro' and Chemong Lake Railway. T. H. Dumble, Kesd. 
Engr. Copy. 99 x 19. 

Coloured MS. 8. 

2339. Map shewing the distribution of the Rock Formations in parts of the Coun- 
ties of Peterborough, Hastings, Addington and Frontenac. Province of Ontario. 
To illustrate the Exploration of ^Ir. H. G. Vennor. Geological Survey of Can- 
ada, Sir W. E. Logan, E.R.S., Director. 1868. Compiled and drawn by Scott 
Barlow, Montreal. 

Scale, 4 miles to one inch. 16:| x 172- 
Coloured litho. 

2340. A Diagram of the South Part of the Town of Peterborough and some of the 
Town Parks. P. 1946/150. 1850. 10 x 16*. 

Original, coloured MS. 8. 

2341. A Sketch of the Land occupied by George May being part of an unsurveyed 
Block South of the Town plot of Peterborough and bounded on the South and 
West by the Park Lots 

On this he has erected a frame house, a barn and large frame shed and a 
shanty. It is well improved and contains, 2'^^ 3"^ 35P, also he has improved 2-^ 
1"^ 16|i' of meadow or pasturage land as seen per plan. He resides on this a number 
of years past which coupled with his improvements would entitle him to the benefit 
of preemption when the Block would be surveyed on some specific plan. Thomas 
J Donnelly, Provincial Surveyor. Peterborough, 6th June, 1850. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 7| x 9f . 

Original, coloured MS. 8. 



288 

2342. Plan of part of the River Petewawa between the Mouth and Third Chute. 
With improvements thereon as surveyed by Wm. R. Thistle. Forrest and Thistle, 
P. L. Surveyors, Ottawa. Ottawa, ISTov. 2.5th. 1861. With a special note on the 
tarifi. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 45| x 2Bi. 
Copy. W. 

2343. Town of Picton, Upper Canada. Surveyed at the request of the Revd. Win. 
Macaulay, by Wihiam ]\rcDonald. H. Bonycastle and J. Overend del. Govr. Litho. 
Press, York, U.C. 

Scale, 5 chains to an inch. 24-J- x 19. 
Uncoloured litho. S. 

2344. Chart of Picton Bay. P. Y. Elmore, with note. 

Scale, 132 feet to one inch. 17 x 12-1. 
Original, coloured MS. ' 8. 

2345. Picton Harbour. October, 1873. Surveyed by E. C. Earijana. William Kings- 
ford, Engineer in Charge. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. — ^lisoo. 31 x 263. 

Original, bearing the stamp ' Department of Public Works.' W. 

2346. Plan of the Township of Peterborough, Midland District, Province of Upper 
Canada. A copy by Thos. Burrows, Overseer of Works, Eideau Canal, 9 August, 
1833. 

Scale, 10 chains to one inch. 25| x 411. 
Coloured MS., bearing the E. E. Office stamp. 0. 

2347. Plan of Pittsburg. No. 4. Copy. D. Bolton, Major, Sen. Eoyal Engineer. 
E. and 0. Canals, 29 Aug., 1842. 444 x 22J. 

Coloured MS., bearing E. E. Office stamp. 0. 

2348. Plan of part of Pittsburg. True copy from the diagram received from York. 
John Burrows, Overseer of Works. This plan shews part of the country traversed 
by the Eideau Canal, of which Mr. Burrows was overseer during construction. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. I7i x 10|-. 

Coloured MS. bearing the E. E. Office stamp. 0. 

2349. Sketch to accompany D. C. R. E's. Report, dated 27th Octr., 1854. E. 9106. 
Shewing in dark Eed six acres of land in Lot 25, 8th Con. of the Township of 
Pittsburg, proposed for a Burial Ground and erection of a chapel. Jno. Clayton, 
Capt. El. Engrs. and Major, 27/10/54. 

Scale, 10 chains to one inch. 10| x 8|. 
Original, coloiu'ed MS. from C series. 

2350. Land in the Township of Plympton. 30th Oct., 1834. 12J x 9|. 

Uncoloured MvS. copy from Q series. 

2351. Point Edward. Surveyed by order from the Surveyor General's Office, bearing 
date at York the 13th day of April, 1829. Eeswell Mount, Deputy Surveyor. 
(Copy). J. G. Chewett, Surveyor General's Office, Toronto, 27th April, 1836. 
J. Eadenhurst. Plan No. 5 to accompany the Eeport of the Commanding Eoyal 
Engineer to His Excellency the Lieut. Governor of Upper Canada on the Subject 
of the Military Eeserves, dated 18th July, 1836. G. Nicolls, Colonel, Comg. Eoyal 
Engr., Canada. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. 

Scale, eight chains to one inch. 22 x 31. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 



289 

2352. Point Edward. No. 4. Plan of the Military Eeserve. Copy. Ed. Pilking- 
ton, Draftsman. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada, 26 October, 
1850. 

Scale of feet, 750=1 inch. 13 x 1Y4. 
Coloured litho., unstamped. 0. 

2353. Plan of the Seigniory of Point a L'Orignal. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 28 1 x 38 i 
Original. W. 

2354. Point Pelee. No. 7. Sketch of the Military Reserve (the boundary coloured 
red). Containing— a. Arable and woodland and land partially cleared, about 1,500 
acres, h. Marsh, marshy land, water, &c., about 2,700 acres; being in all about 
4,200 acres. 

N.B. — The sites of some of the Log Huts built by the Squatters are shewn 
and designated by the names of the occupants, but there are in addition some huts 
built by the Indians, scattered from the Chief's hut towards the Point. The num- 
ber of Trespassers appears to be as follows:— 

6 Whites and their families 30 

10 Chippewa Indians and their families 40 

Total 70 persons. 

Heniy Vavasour Col. Comg. Eyl. Engineer, Canada, 26th October, 1850. 
Copy. E. J. Pilkington, Draftsman. 

Scale, 7,000 feet to an inch. 15J x 12. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

2355. Map of the Port of Albert Harbour, Lake Huron. Sept., 1873. Si«veyed by 
C. E. Michaud; William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. Eeferences, 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch— Viooo. 36| x 26f. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. 17. 

2356. Plan shewing works to be performed in the Harbour of Port Albert, Lake 
Huron. Survey made in Sept., 1873. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 
Elevations, sections, &c. 

Scale, Figures, Nos. 1, 2 and 3 — 4 feet to one inch. 

Figure 3 — 1 foot to one inch. 
Plan, 20 feet to one inch. 36| x 31. 
Original, bearing stamp ' Department of Public Works,' May 8, 1874. W. 

2357. Map of the Harbour of Port Burwell. Surveyed by order of the Hon. the 

President of the Board of Works in May, 1842. Peter Carroll, D. P. Surveyor, 
West Oxford, 18th May, 1842. 

Scale, 99 feet to an inch. 21i x 30. 

Original, bearing the Board of Works stamp. W. 

2358. Plan of the Harbour of Port Burwell, Lake Erie. Surveyed in November, 
1868. Thomas Munro. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 23| x 33. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2359. Rough Sketch of the Buildings erected at Port Collyer. From the 15th of 
August to the 27th of October, 1815. Eeferences. W. B. Payne, Capt. Eoyal 
Engrs. Comg. John B. Duberger, Junr. Cadet, &c., &c. 12 x 18. 

Coloured MS. from C series. 

2360.- Town of Port Dover. 22nd Nov., 1838. C. Mackenzie, Capt. E. E. With 
references. lOj x 16. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 
2.S3— 19 ' ' "■ !• 



290 

2361. Map of the Harbour of Port Elgin — Lake Huron. Surveyed in August, 1874, 
by C. E. Michaud. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge, Ottawa, 28th April, 
1875. Notes. 

Scale, yi2oo— 100 feet to an inch. 74^ x 40. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2362. Chart of Harbour at Port Elgin. Southampton, Saugeen, 8th February, 1858, 
Sproat and Hawkins, P. L. S. 37 x 26i 

Original. W. 

2363. Port Elgin. Stewart Derbishire, May 4th,' 1874. Southampton, Saugeen, 8th 
Feby., 1858. Sproat and Hawkins, P.L.S. The soundings are in feet. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 42'| x 28|. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2364. Chart of Harbour of Port Franks, Lake Huron. Surveyed in July, 1874, by 
C. E. Michaud. Ottawa, 20th May, 1875. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 
Note. 

Scale, 1/2400—200 feet to an inch. 82| x 38|. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. IF. 

2365. Map of Port Hope Harbour, Lake Ontario. Surveyed, May, 1875, by F. M. 
Hamel, C.E. Keferences. 

Scale, 1/1200—1 inch=100 feet. 25 x 43. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2366. Plan of Port Hope Harbour. Total area 19 16/100 acres. Length of docking, 
6,000. • Thos. C. Clarke, Engineer. Feb. 19, 1855. With references. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 35f x 22|. 
Original. W. 

2367. Map of the Harbour of Port Hope. Surveyed in October, 1875, by Alan Mac- 
dougall. Civil Engineer. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 42| x 29i 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2368. Harbour on the North Shore of Lake Huron. (Portlock). 

Scale of feet, 300 to an inch. 36 x 46. 

Original, lancoloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector 
General of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

2369. Portlock Harbour, Lake Huron. Lieut. Portlock. 25th February, 1826. With 
a letter from A. W. Kobe, to Lieut. Col. Ellicombe, attached. 24 x 20J. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2370. Map of the Harbour and Creek of Port Stanley, in the London District. 
Shewing the several divisions of property adjoining the same. Surveyed by 
order of the Hon. H. H. Killaly, Pres. of the Board of Works, by Peter Carrol, 
D.P.S. West Oxford, 15th August, 1848. 

Scale, five chains to an inch. 26 x 26|. 

Original, endorsed ' Property of Board of Works.' W. 

2371. Plan of Port Stanley. W. D. Hale, Jan. 5th, '52. 

Scale, 3 chains to an inch. 30^ x 314. 
Original. W. 

2372. Plan of part of Town of Prescott. (No date, no signature, no title). 21 x 13. 

Original, uncoloured MS. *S^. 



291 

2373. Town Plot of New Johnstown. 27/8/1790. 15| x 11. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2374. Return and Description of Buildings in Charge of the Barrack Department 
at Fort Wellington. Ph. V. Cortlandt, Depy. P. M. Gnl., 1815. 7| x llf. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2375. Sketch of part of the Town of Prescott. Copied from a map in the possession 
of the Executors of the late Mr. Jessup. March 14th, 1826. J. Jebb, Lt. Eoyal 
Engrs. J. B. Duberger, Jnr., Quebec, .... 1816. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 104 x 16j. 
Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2376. Sketch of Prescott and Environs. Eeference and Eemarks. J. Jebb, Lt. 
Eoyal Engrs., 29th Jany., 1816. Eoyal Engrs. Drawg. Eoom, Quebec, 28th 
March, 1816. J. B. Duberger. 

Scale, 200 yards to an inch. 21 x 16|. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from C series. 

2377. Plan of Fort Wellington, Upper Canada, by J. Jebb, Lieut. Eoyal Engrs. 
Quebec, 24th June, 1816. G. Xicolls. Lt. Col. E. Engineers. Eoyl. Engrs. 
Drawing Eoom, Quebec, 28th May, 1816. True copy. John B. Duberger, Eoyal 
Mily. Service. 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch; of the section, 50 feet to an inch. 40 x 10|. 
Original, coloured MS., bearing the Lispector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2378. Plan of Fort Wellington and Prescott. Eeceived from Lt. Col. Durnford, 7th 
May, 1817. With a letter to Lt. Genl. Mann. Eeferences. Sept. 6, 1816. J. 
Jebb, Eoyal Engr. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 22 x 18^. 

Uncoloured MS copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2379. Plan ' C ' of Fort Wellington and Prescott. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. 
El. Engr. Sept. 6th, 1816. J. J.. E.E. Plan shewing the proposed site of a 
new Commissariat Wharf and Store at Fort Wellington. Commanding Eoyal 
Engineers Office, Nov. 4th, 1821. Quebec. 

Scale, 1 inch=200 feet. 21^ x 17. 
Coloured MS. (2) from C series. 

2380. Return and Description of Government Buildings in Charge of the Barrack 
Department in Brockville, 12 miles from Fort Wellington. Eeferences. 8 x 12. 

Original, uncoloured ]\[S. from C series. 

238L Plan of the Government Property at Fort Wellington, &c., in the Town of 
Prescott, Upper Canada, shewing the Lots as now marked oiit and prepared to be 
disposed of. A copy. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engr., Quebec, 20th 
June, 1823. D. Bolton, Lieut. Eoyal Engrs., Quebec, June 20th, 1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 18 x 22. 

Uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2382. Plan of Prescott. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engr., Canada. D. 
Bolton, Lieut. Eoyal Engrs. Copy, Eoyal Engrs. Drawing Eoom, 21st Sept., 
1823. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 16^ x 20^: 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2383. Ground Plan and Sections of the Interior of the Block House within the 
Fort at Prescott. Eeferences. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engr., 
233— 19A 



292 

Canada, Sept. 24tli, 1823. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 16^ x 20i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2384. Sketch of the Proposed District of Wellington. 1837. 8 x 12|. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2385. Prescott, C. W. No. 28. Plan of Military Reserve. Total Contents 74^ 2^ 
C. O. Streatfield, Lt. Col. & C. Eoyl. Engineer, l.st August, 1850. Henry Vava- 
sour, Col. Comg. Rl. Engineer, Canada, 26th October, 1850. Copied from a plan 
by Geo. Cliffe, T. O. Wks., dated 15th June, 1840. Geo. E. Dawson, Lieut. R. E., 
30th July, 1850. Notes. 

Scale, 300 feet to an inch. 12| x 15i:. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

2386. Plan of Ordnance Property in the Town of Prescott. As surveyed under 
instructions from the Crown Lands Department, dated 11th May, 1859. 

Scale, 2 chains=l inch. 25 x 35. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2387. Presqu'isle (Erie). No. 31. Sketch and soundings of Presqu'isle from Capt. 
J. Andrews. Copied from a plan in the Engineers Drawing Room, which accom- 
panied Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. Quebec, 29th August, 1815. 
Signed, G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engr. 

Scale, 1 mile to 1 inch. 17 x llf. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

2388. Plan of Presqu'isle on Lake Ontario, with Soundings in feet. Shoals, &c., by 
T. Chillingsworth, Aug., 1815. Copy, E. E. Vidal. One of the maps accompany- 
ing Comde. Sir E. Owen's report. Vol. 142. No. 7. Endorsed No. 7. Newcastle 
Bay. 

Scale, 500 yards to an inch. 44| x 23^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2389. Plan of the Country between Presq'Isle Harbour and the Bay of ftuinte. 

Shewing the proposed cut for a Canal. March, 1846. James Lyons. See my 
report upon the survey, dated 8th April, 1846. Samuel Keefer, E.B.W. 

Horizontal scale, 10 chains to the inch. 

Vertical scale, 20 feet to the inch. 52-| x 9|. 

2390. Map of the District of Prince Edward. Exhibiting an outline of the manner 
in which it was originally laid out into Townships, Concessions and Lots, by 
Publius V. Elmore, 1835. 

Engraved by S. Stiles & Co., N. York. With references. 
Scale, 90 chains to one inch. 32-i x 26|. 
Coloured print. S. 

2391. Sketch of Road from Prince Arthur's Landing, Thunder Bay, L. Superior 
to Lake Shebandowan, as traversed by the Red River expeditionary Force. 

Surveyed by Capt. G. L. Huyshe, Rifle Brigade, 20 July, 1870. Notes. George 
Huyshe, Rifle Brigade. 

Scale, 4 inches to one mile. 22^ x 176. 

Coloured MS. copy. 8. 

2392. Plan of Put-in-Bay, with the Adjacent Islands. 1815. No. 21. Copy of an 
original chart, accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

2395. ftueenston. See also Niagara. 



293 

2394. Landing, aueenstown. 1768. 9^ x 7h 

Uneoloured MS. copy from B series. 

2395. Part of Queenstown. Shewing the Government Wharf and Land requested 
by Mr. Kirby. E. N. O. C. Alexander, L.R.E. H. Vavasour, Cap. Comg. Royal 
Engr., N. F. Royal Engrs. Drawing Room, Quebec, 31st Jany., 1818. J. B. 
Duberger, Jr., C. R. M. S. & D.; E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. Rl. Engr. 
11 X 7|. 

Uneoloured ]\IS. copy from C series. 

2396. Plan of the encroachments at Queenston. With note. A. Walpole, L.R.E. 
Xiagara, May 6th, 1819. Henry Vavasour, Capt. Comg. Ryl. Engineer. N. F. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 9| x 16^. 
Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

2397. Plan of the Military Reserve at Queenston. A. Walpole, L.R.E. Niagara, 
May 6th, 1819. Henry Vavasour, Capt. Ryl. Engineer. 

Scale, 500 feet to an inch. 

Original, partly coloured MS. from C series. 

2398. Queenston. Xo. 16. Plan of the Military Reserve, total content called 175 
acres. With references. Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Ryl. Engineer, Canada, 
26th October, 1850. R. J. Pilkington, Draftsman. 

Scale, 700 feet to an inch, loi x 12. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

2399. Raleigh Plains.— Sections. Chatham, C. W. 5th Dec, 1848. William Bill- 
yard, Civil Engineer. 

Scale, horizontal, 8 chains^l inch; Vertical, 10 feet=l inch. 44i x 20. 
Original, uneoloured MS. P. 

2400. Sketch of part of the Township of Rama. Surv. General's Office, Toronto, 
3rd Sept., 1836. Copy, H. L. Shewing Mr. Rankin's Survey of the Water. lOi 
X 6i-. 

Coloured MS. P. 

2401. Map of Ramsayville. Surveyed by H. Falls— June, 1839. (Almonte, Lanark 
County). References. Daniel Shipman. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 16^ x 22. 
Original, coloured MS. 

2402. Postal Map of the County of Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. L. F. Anstruther 
Maingy, Draughtsman, Post Office Dept., Ottawa. January 1st, 1879. 

Scale, 6 inches to 1 mile. 13i x I7i. 
L^ncoloured litho. 

2403. Plan of the Portage from Rice Lake to Lake Ontario. 1792. This plan shews 
the portage from Rice Lake to Lake Ontario, also the Route and Portages from 
the Upper End of Rice Lake to Lake Ontario by way of the River Trent, and 
Great West Bay. lOi x 8. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2404. Rideau Canal and River. See also Ottawa. 

2405. Comparative routes, Ottawa and St. Lawrence Rivers. 1783. A triangula- 
tion sketch. 13^ x 12i. 

Uneoloured MS. copy from B series. 

2406. Plan of Line of Canal from Bytown to Hog's Back. Swalwell. With notes. 
36 X 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the R. E. Office. 



294 

2407. Plan of the Rideau Canal, shewing line of route. 2004 x 37^. 

Original. W. 

2408. Plan of the Section of the Country between the Ottawa and St. Lawrence 
Rivers, comprising Russell, Prescott, Stormont and Glengarry. Marked ' Plan 
to elucidate the Report,' with the Surveyor General's correspondence, in a letter 
dated 28th Dec, 1802, from the Surveyor General to the Chief Justice. 7^ x 74. 

Original, uncoloured MS. 

2409. Plan of the Mouth of the River Rideau, and project for improving the 
Communication. References. J. Jebb, Lt. Royal Engrs., 8th June, 1816. 

With a section. Scale, 50 feet to an inch. 29 x 20. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2410. Plan of the Water Communication from Kingston to the Grand River. 

J. Jebb, Lt. Royal Engineers, July 8th, 1816. See Col. Durnford's letter to 
Lieut. Genl. Mann, dated 7th May, 1817. 

Scale, 1 inch to a mile. 91 x 31. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2411. Plan of Rideau River from its Mouth to the Head of Long Island. J. Jebb, 
Lt. Ryl. Engrs., June 20th, 1816. True copy. J. B. Duberger, Junr., 28th June, 
1816. ' A report in explanation to accompany this map. The soundings are ex- 
pressed in feet and the current in miles upon the outside of the channel.' J. 
Jebb. Notes of levels. 

Scale, 6 miles to an inch. 85i x 18. 
Copy, from Q series. 

2412. Plan of the Wings proposed for Contracting the Channel of the Rideau 
River. June 21st, 1816. J. Jebb. Lt. Royal Engrs. Royal Engineers Drawing 
Room, Quebec, 29th June, 1816. True copy. J. B. Duberger, R. M. S. &c. 

Scale, 6 feet to an inch. 21 x 184. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2413. Sketch of the Rideau Settlement with the New Townships and others in 
its Vicinity. Copied, W. N. D. 1818. Shews the existing and proposed roads. 
24 X 184. 

Partly coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2414. Map of the Government Property at Smith's Falls. N.B.— The yellow stripe 
encloses government property. 

Scale, 5 chains to an inch. 21 x 26. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2415. A Plan of the Long Sault, River Ottawa. See Col. Durnford^s letter to Lieut. 
Genl. Mann, dated 7th May, 1817. 

Scale, 150 yards to an inch. 734 x 15. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stami)s 0. 

2416. Plan of the Carillon Rapids, River Ottawa. See Col. Durnford's letter to 
Lieut. Genl. Mann, dated 7th May, 1817. 

Scale of 100 yards to an inch. 25| x 144- 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Beard of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2417. A Plan of a part of the River Ottawa between Carillon Rapids and the 
LoTig Sault. See Col. Durnford's letter to Lieut. Genl. Mann, dated 7th May, 
1817. 



295 

Scale of 500 yards to an inch. 18 x 14^. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps 0. 

2418. A Plan of the Chute a Blondeau. See Col. Durnford's letter to Lieut. Genl. 
Mann, dated 7th May, ISIT. 

Scale of 100 yards to an inch. 15i x 19J. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps 0. 

2419. Military Settlements. (Rideau Townships), D. Q. Master General's Office, 
Quebec, 16th February, 1821. W. K. Dickson, D.A.Q.M.G. (Copied). 

Scale, 120 chains=l inch. 51 x 30. 
Coloured MS. copy. *S^. 

2420. Townships on the Rideau, shewing Military Settlements. Dy. Qr. M. Gen- 
eral's Office, Quebec, 2Sth May, 1821. AYm. E. Dickson, D. A. Q. M. G. This 
is an Enclosure in Lord Dalhousie's Despatch, No. 46. 

Scale, 120 chains to an inch. 47 x 28. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2421. Map of the proposed Canal for uniting Lake Ontario with the River Ottawa 
by way of the Rivers Cataracquay, Gananoque and Kideau, surveyed in the years 
1823 and 1824 by Mr. Samuel Clowes, Civil Engineer, and compiled from the 
minutes of actual survey by Mr. Eeuben Sherwood, Land Surveyor, imder the 
directions of the Commissioners of Internal Navigation. 

Scale of two miles to one inch. 59 x 26;V. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2422. Plan of the proposed Canal from Kingston on Lake Ontario to the Ottawa 
River, by order of the Commissioners appointed by His Excellency Sir Peregrine 
Maitland, K.C.B., Lieutenant Governor, &c., «S:c., «fcc., under authority of an Act 
of the Provincial Parliament. James G. Chewett, York, Nov. 4, 1826. E. W. 
Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engr., Canada, 17th Aug., 1827. Copy, P. Durnford, 
Ensign, 68th Eegt., 24th March, 1827. (Pencil) Memo. This Plan shews tho 
line of Canal as proposed by Mr. Clowes. 

Scale, 2 miles to 1 inch. 57 x 29^. 

Coloured MS., bearing the stamps of the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2423. Sketch of the Country between the Rivers Petite Nation and Rideau to His 

Excellency Lt. Genl. Sir James Kempt., G.C.B., &c., &c. W. Denison, Lt. El. 
Engrs., about June, 1828. 

Scale, I of an inch to one mile. 39 x 26^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2424. Unfinished Reconnoitering Plan of the District between the Ottawa and 
St. Lawrence Rivers, taken by Capt. Freeth, E. E. (circa 1828). 

Part 1. SO X 48 ; Part 2. 80 x 66. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2425. Plan and Section by actual Survey of the Rideau River and part of the 
Ottawa River from Kettle Island to the Black Rapids, shewing the Line of 
the Rideau Canal from Entrance Bay to the Black Eapids. Lt. Col. By, Com- 
manding Eoyal Engineers. John By, Lt. Colonel Eoyl. Engrs., Cormng. Eideau 
Canal, 26th June, 1828. 

Scale, 400 feet to one inch. 160 x 52. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 



296 

2426. Plan and Section by actual Survey of the Rideau River, and part of the 
Ottawa River from Kettle Island to the Black Rapids, shewing the line of the 
Rideau Canal from Entrance Bay to the Black Kapids. Lieut. Col. By, Com- 
manding Eoyal Engineer, 26th June, 1828. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. 160 x 52. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications -and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2427. Plan of the Dam and Locks to he constructed at Long Island Rapids for the 
Rideau Canal. With sections. John By, Lt. Colonel Koyal Engrs., 1827-8. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 34^ x 26i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2428. Plan of the Dam and Locks to he constructed at Old Sly's Rapids, Rapids of 
Smith's Falls, being a part of the Rideau Canal. With sections. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 26^ x 21-i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2429. Plan of the Dam and Lock to he constructed at the Black Rapids, being a 
part of the Rideau Canal. Notes and sections. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 43 x 261. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2430. Plan and Sections of the Large Lock, Proposed by Lieut. Col. John By, 

Royal Engineers' Commanding Rideau Canal. Length, 150 feet; breadth,, (in 
the clear), 50 feet; with the sluices in the gates.- 

N.B. — These shew the upper part of the Series of Seven Locks proposed foj 
the Entrance Valley, Ottawa River. (Referred to in a letter to Genl. Mann, 
Query, 5 July, 1828. G.L.L.) John By, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau 
Canal. 1st December, 1827. 

Four Plans — 

A.A. 6^ Longitudinal sections. Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 

A.A. 6" Section and Elevation and Transverse section. Scale, 20 feet to an 
inch. 

A.A. 6^ Gates. Scale, 2 feet to an inch. 

A.A. 6^ Chain of seven locks. 

Original, coloured MS., (4), bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and *Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2431. Plan and Elevation of Lock No. 6 on La Chine Canal. Drawn by John 
Burnett. John By, Lt. Colonel Royal Engrs., Commg. Rideau Canal. 22nd 
June, 1828. 

Scale, 10 feet to f inch. 36 x 22i. 

Original MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2432. Plan and Sections of the Eighth Lock, 10 feet lift. Pencil note. — ' Supposed 
to be La Chine Canal ' S. B. H. Estimate. 

Scale, one-tenth of an inch to a foot. 24 x 15-J-. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2433. Plan of the Approved Locks for the Rideau Canal, Lt. Colonel By. Com- 
manding Royal Engineer. John Burrows, Overseer of Works; John By, Lt.. 
ColonelRoyl. Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal. 8th July, 1828. 

Scale, i inch to 20 feet. 28 x 20. 



297 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2434. Plan of the Cataraqui Creek from Brewer's Lower Mill to Kingston Mill. 

Sccaled and surveyed by order of Lt. Col. By, Commanding Royal Engineer, 
Eideau Canal. John Burrows. O. O. W., King's Surveyor, Jan. 28th, 1828. 
John By, Lt. Col. Royl. Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal. Note. In two parts. 

Scale, 800 feet to an inch. 38 x 25. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2435. Plan, Elevation and Sections of the Works in Canal Valley, and Entrance 
Bay, Ottawa River, as proposed by Lt. Col. By, Commanding Royal Engineers. 
A. No. 1. With Ground Plan of the Locks in Canal Valley. John By, .Lt. 

Colonel, Royl. Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 7th July, 1827. E. W. Durnford, 
Col. Comg. Royal Engineer, Canada. 17th Aug., 1827. 72 x 25^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2436. Plan, Elevation and Sections of the Works for the Rideau Canal at the foot 
of Long Island as proposed by Lt. Col. By, Commanding Royal Engineer. E. 
No. 5. Plan, Elevations and Sections of the Works of the Rideau Canal at the 
Black Rapids, as proposed, &c. D. No. 4. John By, Lt. Colonel Comg. Rideau 
Canal, 7th July, 1827. E. W. Durnford Col. Comg. Ryl. Engr., Canada. 17th 
August, 1827. 

Scale, 80 feet to one inch. 25^ x 38. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2437. Plan, Elevation and Sections of Works of the Rideau Canal as proposed 
to he performed at the Hog's Back by Lt. Col. By, Royal Engineers Commander. 
John By, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 7th July, 1827. E. W. 
Durnford, Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 17th Aug., 1827. 

Scale, 40 feet to 1 inch. 38i x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector" General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2438. Plan, Elevation and Section of the Mound for the Rideau Canal to pass 
over Dow's Great Swamp, as proposed by Lieutenant Colonel By, Commanding- 
Royal Engineer, B. No. 2. John By, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau 
Canal, 7th July, 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. Ryl. Engr., Canada, 17th 
Aug., 1827. 

Scale, vertical, 33 feet to one inch ; horizontal, 23 feet to one inch, 38^ x 25|. 
Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2439. Sections shewing the Rideau Canal from Entrance Bay, Ottawa River, to 

the still water caused by the large dam on the Hog's Back, being a distance of 
about 11 miles, as proposed by Lieut. Col. By, Commanding Royal Engineer. 
John By, Lt. Colonel, Royl. Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 7th July, 1827. E. W. 
Durnford, Col. Comg. Ryl. Engr., Canada. 17th August, 1827. 

Scale, longitudinal, 200 ft. to 1 inch ; Vertical, 40 ft. to 1 inch. 39 x 26i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2440. Sketch shewing the proposed line of the Rideau Canal from the River 
Ottawa to the Head of Long Island with the position of the various works 
required to complete the navigation for 44 miles, carrying the level of the canal 



298 

144 feet above the level of the Ottawa. W. M. Smith, Lt. Royal Artillery, Asst. 
Engineer,. John By, Lt. Colonel, Royl. Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 7th July, 
1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. Rl. Engr., Canada, 17th August, 1827. 

Scale, 2 miles to 5| inches. 50| x 28^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2441. General Plan of the Rideau Canal from Kingston Bay to the Ottawa. John 
By, Lt. Colonel Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal 92* x 28|. 

Original, partially coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2442. Plan of Dam and Upper Part of Oxford Snie, Sect. No. 2.: Plan of Lock 
on Kurd's Shallows, head of Barrett's still water with a part of the Oxford Snie, 
Sec. No. 2. John By, Lt. Colonel, Royl. Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 25th 
October, 1827. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MvS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2443. Section of the proposed Works at Brewer's Lower Mills. Section No. 20: 
at Beljdors' Rifts, section No. 21: at Jack's Rifts, Section No. 22. John By, 
Lt. Colonel Royl. ^Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 25th Octc, 18^7. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2444. Sketch of the Dam and 3 Locks at Kingston Mills. Cataraqui Creek, Sectn. 
No. 23. John By, Lt. Colonel Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal. 25th October, 
1827. 30 X 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2445. Plan of proposed Lock at Maitlands Rapids. Section No. 6. John By, Lt. 
Colonel Royl. Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 25th October, 1827. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 26 x 30. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2446. Locks and Dams at Chaffee's Mills. Section No. 15. John By, Lt. Colonel, 
Royal Engrs. Comg. Rideau Canal, 25 October, 1827. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2447. Dam and Lock at Edmon's. Section No. 7. 
Dam and Lock at Phillip's Bay. Section No. 8. 
Dam and Lock at Old Sly's. Section No. 9. 

John By, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 25th October, 
1827. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2448. Plan of the Round Tail, Cataroque Creek. Section No. 18. John By, Lt. 
Colonel Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 25th October, 1827. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 



299 

2449. First Rapids of the Rideau. Sect. 11. John By, Lt. Colonel, Koyal Engrs., 
Comg-. Eideau Canal, 25 October, 1827. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2450. Locks and Dam at Smith's Falls, Rideau River. Sect. No. 10. John By, 
Lt. Colonel Comg. Eideau Canal, 25th October, 1827. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Insj)ector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2451. Plan of the Narrows, Rideau Lake. Sect. 13. John By, Lt. Col. Eoyal 
Engineers, Comg. Eideau Canal, 25 October, 1827. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2452. Locks and Dam at Merrick's Falls. Sect. No. 3. John By, Lt. Colonel Eoyal 
Engrs., Comg. Eideau Canal, 25th October, 1827. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2453. Plan of Lock and Dam at Nicholson's. Sect. 3. 

Plan of Lock and Dam at Clowes Quarry. Sect. 4. John By, Lt. Colonel, 
Eoyal Engrs., Comg. Eideau Canal, 25 October, 1827. 

Scale, 100 feet to 1 inch. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2454. Lock and Dam at Davis' Mills. Sect. No. 16. John By, Lt. Colonel Eoyal 
Engrs., Comg. Eideau Canal, 25th October, 1827. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 30 x 26. 
Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2455. Locks and Dam at Jones' Falls. Sectn. No. 17. John By, Lt. Colonel, Eoyal 
Engrs., Comg. Eideau Canal. 25th October, 1827. 30 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2436. Plan and Elevation of a Bridge at the Falls of Chaudiere, Erected in 1827, 

under the Superintendence of Lt. Col. John By, Commanding Eoyal Engineer, 
Eideau Canal. — This bridge is the first Land Communication that has been effected 
between Upper and Lower Canada, and will be the means of causing the travel 
from Kingston to Montreal to pass on the north side of the river. John By, Lt. 
Col. Eoyal Engineers, Comg. Eideau Canal, 19th October, 1828. John Burrows, 
Oct. 10, 1828. 

Scale, 60 feet to an inch. 38^ x 25§. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2457. Plan and Elevation of the Barracks and Hospital erected on the Hill, right- 
hand or west side of the Canal Valley, Ottawa River. Lt. Col. By, Command- 
ing Eoyal Engineer, Eideau Canal. John By, Lt. Colonel, Eoyal Engi-s., Comg. 
Eideau Canal, 25th October, 1827. 

Scale, 25 feet to an inch. 37-i x 281-. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2458. Map of the St. Lawrence between Kingston and Lake St. Peter, shewing the 
back water communication proposed on the Rideau and Ottawa Rivers, also 
the Frontier towards Lake Champlain on either side of the Eichelieu to explain 



300 

the Report of the Committee appointed to assemble in Canada and formed accord- 
ing to the 12th Article of Instructions, dated 27th March, 1828. J. Fanshawe, 
Lt. Col., D. Engineer; G. G. Lewis, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engineers. 

Scale, 3 miles to one inch. 91 x 36. 

Original MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2459. Plan of the Rideau Eiver and the Rideau Canal from the Ottawa River to 
the Black Rapids with Upper and Lower By Town. Lt. Col. By, Commanding 
Royal Engineer, (abt. 1828). 

Scale, 132 x 68-| inches. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing stamp R. E. Office. 

2460. The Ottawa River between the Long Sault and the Chaudiere Lake. E. 

Frome, Lieut. R. Engrs. About 1828. 

Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 37^- x 22J. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2461. Plan of the Carillon Rapids on the Ottawa River, (about 1828). 

Scale, 500 yards to 1 inch. 37-i x 22.i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2462. Sketch of the River Ottawa from Grenville to La Chine, shewing the Boat 
Channel. (Drawn about the year 1828). 

Scale, 2 miles to 1 inch. 12i x 321. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2463. Sketch of South Nation River, about 1828. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 13 x 32. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2464. Plan of the North Bank of the Ottawa River, between the Long Sault and 
the Chute a Blonde, about 1828. 

Scale, 410 feet to an inch. 74j x 21h 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2465. Plans (No. 1 to 4), shewing the waters by which the intended Route of the 
Rideau Canal is to pass. The waters generally have been sketched and may be 
considered correct, only where intersected by Concession Lines. 

Copy. Certified that the portions of land described on this plan are requisite 
for the service of the Rideau Canal marked yellow. E. W. Durnford, Colonel, 
Commanding Royal Engineer, Canada, 11th August, 1829. Surveyor General's 
Office, York, 19th August, 1828. Thos. Ridout, Surv. General. T. G. W. East- 
staff, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 40 chains— 1 inch. 51^- x 30; 511 x 21*. 

Coloured MS. /. 

2466. Plan and Elevation of a Bridge at the Falls of the Chaudiere erected in 

1827, under the Superintendence of Lt. Col. John By, Commanding Royal 
Engineer, Rideau Canal. This bridge is the first land communication that has 
been effected between Upper and Lower Canada and will be the means of causing 
the traffic from Kingston to Montreal to pass on the north side of the River. 
Expense of Bridges, £2,724; Expense of 26 miles of road, 2,348 pounds. John 
By, Lt. Colonel Royal Engrs., Comg. Rideau Canal, 25th October, 1827. 
Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 49 x 27|. 



301 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2467. Plan and Section of the Chaudiere Falls, Ottawa River, and the Line of 
Bridges over the Channel. Lt. Col. By, Comg. Eyl. Engineer. John By, Lt. 
Colonel, Eoyal Engineers, Comg. Eideau Canal, 8th July, 1830. John Burrows, 
Overseer of Works. 

Scale, 57i to 1 inch. 501 x 28^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2468. Section of the Ridean Canal, shewing the Estimated Expense of the whole 
work — the amount expended to the 1st July, 1830, the lands, &c., purchased, the 
Crown and Clergy lots required, tSrc, Lt. Col. By, Comg. El. Engr. John By, 
Lt. Colonel, Eoyai Engrs., Comg. Eideau Canal, 8th July, 1830. 50J- x 28|. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2469. Section of the Rideau Canal, shewing the Estimated expense of the whole 
work, the amount expended to the 1st June, 1830, the lands purchased, the Crown 
and Clergy lots required, &c. Lt. Col. By, Comg. Eoyal Engineer. To accom- 
pany Lt. Col. By's Eeport to Col. Durnford, dated 9th June, 1830; forwarded to 
Sir Alexander Bryce with Col. Durnford's minute of 22 June, No. 60. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2470. Plan of the Line of the Rideau Canal, Lt. Col. By, Commanding Eoyal En- 
gineer. John Burrow*. Overseer of Works. With a section. Horizontal scale, 
8 rail&s to an inch; vertical scale, GO feet to an inch. With a table of contingen- 
cies and Difference of Estimate, together with an original table of estimate. 
John By, Lt. Colonel, Eoyal Engineers, Commg. Eideau Canal. 5th February, 
1829. 

Scale, 4 miles to an inch. 35| x 24|. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2471. Plan of a certain Island in the Rideau Lake, known by the name of Guern- 
sey; covered by Lots Nos. 14, 15 and 16 and a small part of Lots Nos. 13 and 17 
in the 2nd Concession of the Township of Burgess. Surveyed by John Booth, 
Depy. P. Surveyor, Brockville. 17th August, 1829. 

Scale, 10 chains=l inch. 15| x 12i. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2472. Plan of Brewer's Upper Mills and Round Tail to Kingston Mills. Cataraqui 
Creek, Lieut. Col. By, Comg. El. Engineer. jSTote. 18th March, 1830. 

Scale, 300 feet=l inch. 179 x 28. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2473. Water Communication in Canada — Plan of the Line of the Rideau Canal, 
shewing the section of each work. Lt. Col. By Comg. Eoyal Engineer. John 
By, Lt. Colonel Eoyl. EngTS., Comd. Eideau Canal, 8th July, 1830. John Bur- 
rows, Overseer of Works. Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed; 
February, 1831. James and Luke G. Hansard & Sons, Printers. A. Arrow- 
smith, lithog. 

Scale, 16 miles to 3 inches. 27* x 12^. 
Coloured print copy from Q series. 

2474. Water Communication in Canada — Section of the Line of the Rideau Canal. 

John By, Lt. Colonel Eoyal Engineers, Comg. Eideau Canal, 8th July, 1830. 



302 

Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed, February , 1831. James & 
Luke G. Hansard & Sons, Printers. A. Arrowsmith, Lithog. The report on 
Water Communication in Canada to ^vhich this and the immediately proceeding 
plans refer, is in Q. 194, part 1, page 4. 

Scale, 20 miles to ^ inches. 16| x 121. 

Coloured print from Q series. 

2475. Plan of part of the Rideau Lake and River from Oliver's Ferry to the First 
Rapids, and of the River Tay from Perth. Surveyed in February, 1831, by 
Capt. Victor and Lieut. Denison, El. Engrs. J. C. Victor, Capt., E. E., 23rd 
March, 1831. No. 2. 

Scale, four inches to one mile. 38 x 25. E. E. Office Xo. 1/7. 
Original, coloured MS., bearing E. E. Office stamp. 0. 

2476. Plan of the Ground and proposed Military Works on the West Side of the 
First Eight Locks, Rideau Canal. Lt. Col. By, Commanding Eoyal Engineer. 
John By, Lt. Colonel, Eoyal Engrs., Comg. Eideau Canal. 22nd January, 1831. 
Accompanying Colonel Durnford's letter to Lieut. Col. Fanshawe, dated Quebec, 
11th November, 1851. No. 66. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. Ill* x 64. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2477. Diagram of Land and reserved Lots of the Rideau Canal. (Endorsement). 

m X 13. 

Coloured MS., bearing the E. E. Office stamp. 0. 

2478. By Town. — Lt. Col. Durnford's project, and Lt. Col. By's project for By Town. 

Notes on Construction. To accompany Col. Durnford's letter to Lt. Col. Fan- 
shawe, dated Quebec, 11th Nov., 1830. Copied. May ITth. 1831. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch. 20* x 17. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

2479. Sections, &c., of the Proposed Military Works on the West Side of the 
First Eight Locks, Rideau Canal. Lt. Col. By. Comg. Eoyal Engineer. John 
By, Lt. Col. Eoyl. Engrs.. Comg. Eideau Canal, 22nd January, 1831. Accom- 
panying Colonel Durnford's letter to Lt. Col. Fanshawe. dated Quebec, 11th Nov., 
1831. 

Scale, 20 feet=l inch. 50^ x 28f. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Lispector. General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2480. Water Communication in Canada — Longitudinal and Transverse Sections of 
the broken Dam on the Rideau. Ordered by the House of Commons to be 
printed, February, 1831. James and Luke G. Hansard & Sons, Printers. J. 
Basire. Lith. 7i x 11. 

Coloured litho. from Q series. 

2481. Plan of Davis' Mills — Shows part of Opinicon Lake and Lot No. 12 in 8 Con- 
cession of South Crosby, purchased by Government. 

Scale, 330 feet=l inch. 20* x ]5. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the stamp E.E. Office. 

2482. Plan shewing the pieces of Land occupied by R. O'Connor, with the situation 
of the fence put up by the Lockmaster to protect the stops from injury caused by 
cattle. Hog's Back, Rideau Canal. With references. Endorsed ' D. Bolton.' 

Scale, 40' to one inch. 24 x 15|. 
Original, coloured MS., undated. S. 

2483. Diagram of part of Lots C, D and E, in Concession C and D, in the Township 
of Nepean, Part of Town Lots laid off by Lt. Col. By on Lots D and E and 



303 

Canal line, crossing the same. Keferences. D. Bolton, Capt., Senior Royal 
Engr., Rideau Canal, 30 Jany., 1833. Original sent to the Comg. Royal Engr., 
Canada, with Capt. Bolton's Report, dated the 30th Jany., 1833. No. 23. 

Scale, 5 chains^l inch. 21^ x IT. 

Original, partly coloured MS., bearing stamp of R. E. Office. 

2484. Plan of the Rideau Canal from Sappers Bridge, in By Town, up to the 
Hartwell Locks, Shewing particularly where the Canal boundary stones are 
placed on either side in that distance. Signature and date missing. 35 x 65. 

Original, coloured MS. from R. E. Office. 

2485. Diagram of the Townships through which the Rideau Canal passes from the 
Narrows to Brewers' Upper Mill, shewing the Lakes which fall into the same. 
With references. D. Bolton, Captain, Senior Royal Engineer, Rideau Canal, 
28th October, 1833. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 8th Nov., 1833. 
T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. Accompanying letter of Capt. Bolton of the 
same date. S. series. Endorsed, Sketch A. to accompany Capt. Bolton's Report 
of the 28th Oct., 1833. No. 164 to the Commg. Rl. Engr., Canada. 

Scale, 1 mile=l inch. 24| x 21|. 
Coloured MS. copy from S series. 

2486. Diagram of Lots 17 and 18, 8th Con., South Crosby. Thos. Burrows, Over- 
seer of Works, Ivingston District, Rideau Canal, 24th January, 1835. 

Scale, 5 chains or 330 feet to one inch. 
Original, coloured MS. 

2487. Plan of Mr. McLachlin's Acre Lot and Buildings near By Town, Aug. 4th, 
1836. Anthony Swalwell, Dept. PI. Surveyor. 

Scale, 40 feet=l inch. 20J x 15J. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2488. Plan of Lots. Nos. 30 and 31 in Concessions A and B. Township of Nepean, 
Belonging to J. Redpath. Esqr. References. Remarks. 19J x 37. 

Original, coloured MS. P. 

2489. Sketch of the Waters of the Rideau Lakes, the River Tay, and the several 
feeders and collateral branches, derived and reduced from Diagrams of the 
Townships. The Lakes on the north part of the Township of Bedford are 
sketched from information afforded me by Mr. William Burke, D.P.S., who states 
the survey of that Township has not been made to the North of the Range of 
Lots numbered 20, and the Diagram given by the Surveyor (Mr. Benson) is 
erroneous, the water to the north of Lots 20 having been sketched at hazard. 
Thos. Burrows, Clerk of Works, &c., Kingston, Dist., 23rd Oct., 1840. 

Scale, 2 miles to an inch. 21 x 13. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing stamp of R. E. Office. 

'2490. Plan of the Country between the Rivers St. Lawrence and Ottawa and the 
Rideau Canal. D. Reconnoitered by order of His Excellency the Commander 
of the Forces and under the direction of Col. Oldfield, K.H. Commg. Royal Engr. 
in Canada, 1841, by Hampden C. B. Moody, Lieut. Royal Engineers. Received 
with the Commanding Royal Engineer's letter No. 41, dated 24th May, 1842. 
References.— Inset map of a plan of the County index map. 

Scale, 1 mile to an inch. In eight sections, total dimensions, 159 x 77i. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General and Board of Ordnance 
stamps. 0. 

2491. Sketch shewing the Crown and Clergy Reserves, or portions of^the same 
taken for the purposes of the Rideau Canal. D. Bolton, Major., isen. Royal Eng. 
R. & O. Canal, 8 March, 1843. B. 41. 22| x 9. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the stamp R. E. Office. 



304 

2492. Plan of Bytown. Called for by the Board's Order, dated 24tli Feby., 1843. 
Surveyed by Lieut. White, Royal Engineers. References. Royal Engineers. 
Office, Bytown, Sept. 8th, 1843. F. Ringler Thomson, Major and Capt. Royl. 
Engrs. Copies remitted to C. R. E. and to Respective Officers, Bytown, 31st 
Jany., 1844. H. H. White, Lieut. Ry. E, 8th Sept., 1843. 

Scale, 100 feet to an inch. 

Original, coloured MS., from R. E. Office. 

2493. Section of the Rideau Canal, shewing the estimated expense of the whole 
work, the amount expended to the 1st July, 1830, the lands purchased, the Crown 
and Clergy Reserves required, &c. Lt. Col. By, Comg. Rl. EngT. Surveyor 
General's Office, Montreal, 23rd July, 1844. A true copy. Thomas Parke, Surv. 
Genl. John By, Lt. Colonel Royal Engrs., 13th July, 1830. Notes, &c. 51J x 30. 

Coloured MS. copy. S. 

2494. Survey of the Wooden Lock and By Wash from the Basin, By Town. 21st 
Feby., 1844. 

Scale, 40 feet to 1 inch. 22 x 26i. 

Original coloured MS., bearing stamps R.E. Office, No. 48 and Rideau Canal 
Office. 

2495. Nepean. The parts dotted having been worn off Mr. Stegman's Plan are 
supplied from another. Crown Lands Department, Montreal, 19th December, 
1845. A true copy of D. P. S. Stegman's Plan. T. Bouthilier, A. C. C. L. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 26| x 31 1. 
Original, coloured MS. 

2496. Black Rapids. With explanations. Surveyed in January and May, 1846, by 
Michael McDermott, C.E. and P.L.S. Bytown, 17th August, 1846, Michael Mc- 
Dermott, C.E. and P.L.S. 

Scale, 4 chains to one inch. 26 x 20^. 

Original, single, coloured MS., bearing stamps R. E. Office. 

2497. Diagram of Land Purchased for the Service of the Rideau Canal. With a 
Table of Rent Roll of Lands. Bears the R. E. Office stamp and No. 13. Also the 
following note : " for the use of the Respective Officers, Rideau Canal, to be 
kept in the R. Engineers' Office, D. B." 29 x 12. 

Original, coloured MS. 

2498. Brewers' Upper Mills. Sketch of the Land at Brewers' Upper Mills to be 
leased as a. Mill site together with the water privilege. 3 copies given to R. O. 
— Bytown, 8 December. Frs. Ringler Thomson, Major and Cap. Royl. Engrs. 
With notes. 

Scale, 5 chains to an inch. ISi x 121. 
Coloured MS. copy. 

2499. Rideau Canal. Plan (shewing in green) that portion of Lot 40 given up to 
Judge Sherwood. Royal Engineers Office, Bytown, 30 Nov., 1847. Charles E. 
Ford, Capt. R. Engineers; Fred. W. King, Lieut. R. Engrs. N.W., S. & D., R. 
E.D. 

Scale, 5 chains to an inch. 17| x 11|. 
Original and copy, coloured MS. 

2500. Rideau Canal. Sketch shewing the Land taken by Lieut. Col. By, R. E. 
for the Rideau Canal, supposed to belong to Lot 40, 1st Con. Ottawa front, 
Township of Nepean, (Coloured yellow) and copied from a survey made about 
the year 1829-30, and by (blue lines) the true boundaries of the lots as determined 
by a survey made by D.P. Surveyor McDermott, in 1846. With explanations. Copy 
made and forwarded 17/7/47. N.W. Royal Engineers Office, Bytown, I7th 



305 

June, 1847. Fras. Eingler Thomson, Lt. Col. Eoyal Engineers, N.W. S. & D., 
17/6/47. 

Scale, 5 chains to an inch. 17| x 14|. 

Original, coloured MS. 

2001. Rideau Canal. Sketch shewing the supposed and true side lines, between 
lots 39 and 40, 1st Con., Ottawa Front, also the correct division line between 
Judge Sherwood and Capt. Le Breton. Royal Engineers Office, Bytown, 3rd 
December, 1847. Charles E. Ford, Capt. R. Engineers. Michael McDermott, 
C. E. and Provincial Land Surveyor, Bytown, 2nd Dec, 1847. Fred. W. King, 
Lieut. E. Engineers, 2nd December, 1847. N.W. S. & D. Pencil note re Judge 
Sherwood's property. 

Scale, 4 chains:=l inch. 22| x ]7:|. 

Original, coloured MS. 

2502. Map of the Government Property at First Rapids. With references. Josias 
Pinhey, Depty. Surv. About 1847. 

Scale, 3 chains to an inch. 32 1 x 20g. 
Original, coloured MS. 

2503. Rideau Canal. Plan shewing the present occupation of Lots 21 and 22 in the 
Gore of Gloucester. To accompany Plan No. 4, Part Second. Eoyal Engineers 
Office, Bytown, 12th Oct., 1848. Charles E. Ford, Captain E. Engineers. Fred. 
W. King, Lieut. E. Engrs., 11th October, 1848. Nelson Walker, Surveyor and 
Dftsm., El. Engrs. Dept., 11th October, 1848. 

Scale, four chains to an inch. 74J x 15^. 

2504. Rideau Canal. Plan No. 4. Part Second. Shewing the boundaries as marked 
on the ground of Lots 21 and 22 Gore of Gloucester and of the part belonging 
to the Ordnance of Lot A, 2nd Con. and Lot I, 4th Con., Township of Gloucester. 
Eoyal Engineers Office, Bytown, 12th October, 1848. Charles E. Ford, Capt. E. 
Engineers. Fred. W. King, Lieut. E. Engrs., 11th October, 1848. Bytown, 21st 
April, 1848. Michael McDermott, C. E. and Provincial Land Surveyor. Eefer- 
ences and note of agreement to boundaries. 

Scale, 4 chains or 264 feet to an inch. 66^ x 34|:. 

2505. Sketch shewing the Correct and Supposed Boundaries of Lots L & M and 
M & N, Concession B, in the Township of Nepean, with tabulated statement 
of the contents of M and N. EoyaL Engineers Office, Bytown, 1 March, 1848. 
Charles E. Ford, Capt. E. Engineers. Fred. W. King, Lieut. El. Engrs., 7th 
February, 1848. A sketch taken from this is sent to E. O. Bytown, 28/9/48. 
by Capt. Ford, D. Eng., 23/9/48 see L. B. 7/44 for copy of the restriction. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. I7i x 22|, 
Coloured MS. 

2506. Sketch, shewing in yellow, the position of Lot 34, Con. VIII, Township of 
Pittsburg. W. W. Holloway, Colonel Comg. El. Engr., 6 June, 1848. The 
country affected is near Brewer's Mills on the Eideau Canal. 15| x lOf. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2507. Rideau Canal, Table shewing the Cost, Distances, &c., of the different 
Stations and Locks between Bytown and Kingston. With Eecord and Establish- 
ment shewing officers of the Eoyal Engineers employed in the construction of the 
Canal. Letter from Jas. Corbett, Clerk of Works, dated London, 14th March, 
1849, and addressed to Colonel Matson, A. Adjt. General, &c., &c., &c. Attached. 
15i X 10. 

Original, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications stamp. 0. 
233—20 



306 

2508. Rideau Canal, Sketch to accompany Eeport on the probable consequences of 
any alterations in the present fronts of Con. A. B. C. D., Township of Nepean. 
Koyal Engineers Office, Bytown. Keferences. Copy with additions from Sur- 
veyor General's Plan. Township of Nepean. Nelson Walker, Surveyor and 
Draftsman. El. Engrs. Dept., 27 Jany, 1849. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 32 x lY. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2509. Rideau Canal. Sketch to accompany report, dated 7th Feby., 1849, relative to 
Mr. O'Connor's claim and application for land in the Gore of Gloucester. With 
references. Copy (with alterations and additions) of part of Survey Plan No. 
44/A. Nelson Walker, Surveyor and Draughtsman, Rl. Engr. Dept., 7th Feby., 
1849. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 17| x 22. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2510. Rideau Canal. Sketch No. 1 to accompany Report on Mr. Donald Kennedy's 
claim to Land in Lot M, Con. B, Township of Nepean. With References. Royal 
Engineers Office, Bytown. S.P. No. 49 /A. Copy (with alterations and additions) 
of part of Survey Plan No. 4, part 1st. Nelson Walker, Surveyr. and Draftsman. 
Rl. Eng. Dept.; 23rd Jany., 1849. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 30^- x 22|. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2511. Plan of the Line between Cons. A. and 1st of Montague and B and C Wolford 
in the District of Bathurst, from Lot 3 to Lot 29 from a Survey made by the 
Engineers Department in March, 1850. With references. 

Scale, 50 chains to one inch. 22 x 16. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2512. Rideau Canal. Plan shewing the Boundaries as marked on the ground of th<? 
Land belonging to the Ordnance in the vicinity of the Narrows Lock Station 
in Lots 5 and 6, 1st Concession, Township of North Crosby. 1851. Royal 
Engineers Office, B^^town. 69J x 30|. 0. 

2513. Rideau Canal. Plan shewing the Boundaries as marked on the ground of the 
Land belonging to the Ordnance in the vicinity of Edmunds Lock Station in 
Lot 30 Con. D., Township of Wolford, and Lot 29, Concession II, Township of 

Montague. Royal Engineers Office, Bytown. 57 x 30^. 0. 

2514. Rideau Canal. Plan shewing the Boundaries as marked on the Ground of 
the Land belonging to the Ordnance in the vicinity of Chaffey's Lock Station 
in Lot 1 No. 17, Concession VIII, Township of South Crosby. (No. 16, 1851). 
Royal Engineers Office, Bytown. 51| x 30§. 0. 

2515. Rideau Canal — Plan of Lower Bytown from a Survey made by the Royal 
Engineers Department in August, 1850, and in April, 1851. Nelson Walker, 
Surveyor and Draughtsman, R. Engrs. Dept., 17th May, 1851. Fred W. King, 
Lieut. R. E., 17th May, 1851. Copied by H. Williams, Lt. Royal Engrs., 31st 
December, 1852. 

Scale, 85 feet to one inch. 54| x 31^. 0. 

2516. Township of Nepean. Michael McDermott, €. E. and Provincial Land Sur- 
veyor, Bytown. 23rd January, 1847. N.W. The description in duplicate sent 
with Plan to R. O. S., 23/6/67. See plan No. 16/S.P. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 10| x 17f. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2517. Diagram of Parts of the Townships of Nepean and Gloucester, shewing the 
Rideau Canal from the Ottawa River to the Hogs Back. Lt. Col. By, Comg. Rl. 



307 

EngT. John By, Lt. Col. Eoyal Engi-s. Comg. Kideau Canal, 24th June, 1829. 
Scale, 1 inch=20 chains. 17 x 21|. 
Original, coloured MS. 0. 

2518. Map of the Country between the Ottawa and St. Lawrence Rivers, shewing 
Projected means of Communication. Crown Lands Department, Toronto, 6 
Dec, 1850. J. H. Price, Comr. of Crown Lands. 22 x 17-|. 

Original, coloured MS. 8. 

2519. Plan of Nicholl's Island, Shewing the portion leased to Dan O'Connor, tinted 
yellow. The portion retained tinted red. With a note as to the boundary. Charles 
E. Eord, Capt. E. Engrs., 10th Jany., 1850. S.P. No. 62/A. Copied with addi- 
tions from Plan No. 6, by C. A. Lancaster, S. and Draftsman, R. E. D. 

Scale, 16 chains to one inch. 42^ x 17|-. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2520. Rideau Canal — Plan of Nicoll's Island belonging to the Ordnance, situated 
in the Township of Nepean, in the District of Dalhousie, Canada West, showing 
in yellow the portion leased to Daniel O'Connor, and in red the portion retained 
by the Ordnance. Annexed to indenture. Copied. 

Chas. E. Ford, Capt. R. Engrs., 10th Jan., 1850. 
Scale, 16 chains to one inch. 22i x 17|. 
Coloured MS. 0. 

2521. Rideau Canal. — Plan shewing the extent of Ground leased with site to Mr. 
Bates at Old Sly's Lock Station. Total of ground leased 12* 0^ 24p. Taken 
from plan of Survey (with additions and alterations) of the Ordnance Ground at 
Old Sly's Lock Station. W. L. Morrison, Lieut. R. E., 31st March, 1851. 22i 
X 17^"^. 

Coloured MS. 0. 

2522. Rideau Canal — Burritt's Rapids — Plan, Elevation and Section of Bridge 
constructed over Canal at this station. Chas. E. Ford, Capt. R. Engineers. R. 
Engineers Office, Bytown, 31 October, 1851. J. B. Cockburn, F. Works. 

Scale, 4 feet to an inch. 53 x 19. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2523. Rideau Canal — Brewer's Upper Mills. Plan, elevation and sections of the 
Bridge constructed over Lock No. 42. R. Engrs. Office, Bytown, 31 Oct., 1851. 
Chas. E. Ford, Capt., R. Engrs. J. B. Cockburn, F. Works. 

Scale, 4 feet to an inch. 50 x 17^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2524. Plan shewing the relative situation of the Lots in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th 
Concessions, north of the River aux Raisins, in the Township of Charlotten- 
burgh, in the Eastern District. By J. McNaughton, D. P. Surveyor, Nov. 14th^ 
1^29. With Remarks and References re distances and previous surveys. A true- 
copy, Thomas Parke, Survr. Genl. Surveyor General's Office, Montreal, 16th 
September, 1844. 17 x 21^. 

Coloured MS. 8. 

2525. Topographical Plan of the River Bonnechere and S. W. Branch of the 
Madawaska, with a sketch of the Head waters of the Ottonabee, by A. Murray, 
Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. Sheet I. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir 
Wm. E. Logan, F.R.S., Director. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x«23. 
Uncoloured litho. 
233— 20i 



2526. Topographical Plan of the River Bonnechere & S. W. Branch of the Mada- 
waska, with a sketch of the Headwaters of the Ottonabee, by A. Murray, Esq., 
Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. G. Matthews, Litb., Montreal. Sheet 2. Geological 
Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, F.E.S., Director. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 23 x 34. 
Uncoloured litbo. 

2527. Topographical t'lan of the River Bonnechere and S. W. Branch of the 
Madawaska, with a sketch of the Head Waters of the Ottonabee, by A. Murray, 

Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. Sheet 3. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir 
"Wm. E. Logan, F.R.S., Director. S. Matthews, Litb., Montreal. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 

Uncoloured litbo. 

2528. Topographical Plan of the River Bonnechere and S. W. Branch of the 
Madawaska, with a sketch of the Head Waters of the Ottonabee, by A. Murray, 
Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. G. Matthews, Litb., Montreal. Sheet 4. 
Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, F.R.S.,, Director. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 
Uncoloured litbo. 

2529. River Detroit. The Outline copied from a Plan in the Engineers Drawing 
Room at Quebec, to which the Soundings are filled in from Observations of Capt. 
W, F. W. Owen and bis assistants. Sandwich, 20th Augt., 1815. No. 24. Chan- 
nels of the Detroit. With notes. Copy, E. E. Vidal; accompanying Commodore 
Sir E. Owen's Report, 1815. 15| x 63^ 

From Q series. 

2530. Sketch of the River Gananoque, left by Mr. Ogden, 28tb December, 1787. 
With remarks, dated 23rd April, 1787. Patrick McNiff, Surveyor. 

Scale, 10 chains=l inch. 12 x l7i. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

253L Sketch of the Entrance to the River Kamanistiqua. Lat. 48° 21' north, 
Long. 89° 20' west. Sketch of Thunder Bay and the adjacent coast of Lake 
Superior, July 23rd, 1802. R. H. Bruyeres, Captn. Royal Engrs. 8J x 14J. 
Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2532. Course of the River La Tranche. R. 11 F-eb., 1792. (Endorsation). Trans- 
mitted by Lt. Governor Simcoe. 

Scale of Gunter's chains, 40^1 inch. 45A x 14-|. 
Coloured, single MS. copy from Q series. 

2533. Topographical Plan of part of River Mattawa, by Sir W. E. Logan, F.R.S. , 
&c., Prov. Geologist, 1845, and part of Lake ISTipissing by A. Murray, Esq., asst. 
Prov. Geologist, 1854. G. Matthews, Litb., Montreal. Sheet 10. Geological 
Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, F. R. S. Director. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 23 x 34. 

5534. Topographical Plan of the Rivers Ottawa and Mattawa, By Sir W. E. Logan, 
F.R.S., &c., Provinl. Geologist, 1854. Geological Survey of Canada. Sir Wm. 
E. Logan, F.R.S., Director. G. Matthews, Litb., Montreal. Sheet 11. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 

Uncoloured litbo. 

2535. Topographixjal Plan of the River Meganatawan, by A. Murray, Esq., Asst. 
Prov. Geologist, 1854. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, F.R.S. 
Director. G. Matthews, Litb., Montreal. Sheet 1. 
Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 33 x 23. 
L^ncoloured litbo. 



309 

2536. Topographical Plan of the River Meganatawan,. by A. Murray, Esq., Asst. 
Prov. Geologist, 1854. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, F.K.S. 
Director. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. Sheet 2. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2537. Topographical Plan of the Rivers Muskoka and Petewahweh, by A. Murray, 
Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. Geological Sui-vey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. 
Logan, F.E.S., Director. Sheet 1. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2538. Topographical Plan of the Rivers Muskoka and Petewahweh, by A. Murray, 
Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. 
Logan, F.R.S., Director. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. Sheet 2. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 
ITncoloured litho. 

2539. Topographical Plan of the Rivers Muskoka and Petewahweh, by A. Murray^- 
Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E.- 
Logan, F.R.S., Director. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. Sheet 3. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 22. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2640. Topographical Plan of the Rivers Muskoka and Petewahweh, by A. Murray, 
Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. 
Logan, F.R.S., Director. Sheet 4. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. 
Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2541. Topographical Plan of the Rivers Muskoka and Petewahweh, by A. Murray, 
Esq., Asst. Prov. Geologist, 1853. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. 
Logan, F.R.S., Director. Sheet 5. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2542. Plan of part of the River Nen, shewing the Boundary Lines of the Town- 
ship of Markham, the boundaries of the 64,000 acres given to the German Com- 
pany, the King's Reserves and occupied lots marked by Deputy Surveyor Iredell. 
(Letter B) With notes on the navigation of the Nen, signed William Berczy, 

Newark, 3rd Kov., 1796. 204 x 15i 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2543. Plan of the Bridge over the River Nen. 1803. Wm. Smith. 

Scale, 10 feet to 1-1 inches. 16^ x 11. 
Original, MS. S. 

2544. Sketch of the River Nen (or Rush) on Lake Ontario. No. 8. Accompanying 
Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. I7f x 21. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

2545. Plan of the River Niagara from Gueenston. June, 1815. T. Chillingsworth. 
Inset. — Port Niagara. With Commodore Sir E. Owen's report. 51| x 24; 

Copy from Q series. 

2546. Plan of the River from Niagara to Fort Schlosser. Quebec, 6th Dec, 1788. 
Gother Mann, Capt. Commandg. R. Engr. In Lord Dorchester's letter of No. 
58. Quebec, 24th Oct., 1790. 

Scale of miles, i=l inch. 38 J x 11. 
Goloiired MS. copy from Q series. 



310 

2547. Plan of the mouth of the River Otanabee, showing the Town Plot of Otana- 
bee, and Mr. Anderson's improvements. 10 x 8. 

Original, nncoloured MS. S. 

2548. Plan of the Chippewa's Lands, shewing Otoniba River. 16J x 10^. 

Original, uncolonred. S. 

2549. Sections of Proposed Rfedoubts at River Ouse, Upper Canada, August, 1827. 
No. 5. J. Walpole, Lieut. Koyal Engineers, 21st Aug., 1827. Upper Canada. El. 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 20th Nov., 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. 
Engineer, Canada. 

Scale, 40 feet to an inch. 53 x 19. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2550. River Ouse. — Sections to accompany Plan 1. J. E. Portlock, Lievit. Eoyal 
Engineers. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 14, 1820. J. Jebb, 
Lt. Eoyl. Engrs. 

Scale of distance, 400 links or 264 feet to an inch. 
Scale of heights, 20 feet to an inch. 57 x 8J. 
Copy from C series. 

2551. Eye Sketch — River Ruscom, a small river about 17 miles from the Detroit 
river, 10 miles from the Thames — affords shelter for Batteaux, if the bridge 
vrere removed from its mouth. It was only navigable about 2 miles when I was 
up it in August, 1815. Above this it was choked up with weeds. I am informed 
it is navigable much further in the spring. It has 9 feet of water for about | of 
a mile, then 5 feet and about a chain wide. There is a settlement over 4 miles 
up and three farms at its mouth, French Canadians. The Flats at the mouth 
are rich soil, at present overflowed by the Lake. J. Harris. No. 26. 1815. 

Original, accompanied Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 
Scale, 1 mile to six inches. 10| x 17|. 
Coloui-ed MS. copy from Q serie.s. 

2552. Plan of Two Townships of Ten Miles square on each side of the Main 
Branch of the River Rideau, beginning at the Forks. By order of the Board. 
Williamsburg, 28th March, 1791. W. Chewett, D. P. Surveyor. True copy by 
Jno. Fdk. Holland. 20 x 23:i ; also original, 18 x 20f. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2553. Sketch of the River St. Lawrence, from the Cedres to Lake Ontario. Lt. 
Gov. Simcoe, 4th Nov., 1792. 

Eemarks. — From the Eastern Boundary of the County of Glengarry to the 
Western Boundary of the County of Grenville, this sketch appears to be tolerable 
and from the western Boundary of the County of Grenville to Kingston or Cata- 
raqui, is very erroneous, being about eight miles too great in distance. 

Scale, two miles to one inch. 88:^ x 11|. 

Copy from Q series. 

2554. Sketch of the St. Lawrence from Three Chenal Ecarte to Pt. au Foin. 1815. 
Copy of the original map in the Colonial OtEce, endorsed: Vol. 141. In Sir E. 
Owen's No. 37 ' Plans accompanying Commodore Owen's report :' 24i x 16. 
report.' 24^ x 16. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

2555. River St. Lawrence — Montreal to above Grande Isle. Capt. W. F. W. Owen, 
1815. No. 1. Copy of the map accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's report 
on communications, 1816. No. 1 in Owen report. 22 x -161. 

Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 



311 

2556. St. Lawrence — Kingston to Brockville. 1815. Manuscript map in black and 
white, with additions and corrections in red ink, done on tracing linen. One of 
the maps with Commodore Owen's report. 

Scale, 1 mile to an inch. 38 x iTi. 
MS. copy from Q series. 

2557. St. Lawrence, Pt. Barbe to Brockville. 1815. Xo. 3. Copy of the original 
with Commodore Sir E. Owen's report, 1816. 

Scale, 5 nautical miles to 2^ inches — 2 statute miles to an inch. 221 x 11§. 
Uncoloured MS. from Q series. 

2558. Sketch of the St. Lawrence between Cornwall and St. Regis, Ji ne, 1815, 
by Captain W. F. W. Owen, E.X. With explanations. Endorsed in 15601 of 

■ 1816. In Sir E. Owen's Xo. 37. 

Scale about 620 yards=l inch. 35 x 15. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2559. Part of the River St. Lawrence — Barnhardt's Island to Cat Islands. 1824. 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2560. Part of the River St. Lawrence — Barnhardt's Island to Cat Islands. 1824. 

7-1 X 2i. 

Uncoloured print, a reproduction of Xo. 2557. S. 

2561. Plan for Moving Ships over the portages on the St. Lawrence. James George, 
1824. 21 X 18. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2562. Plan of ascending rapid waters. James George. 1825. Endorsed Enclos. in 
Jas. George. Of x 6 J. 

Uncoloured MS, copy from Q series. 

2563. Plan of the River St. Lawrence from Howe Island to Lake Ontario. Drawn 
by Lieut. Piers, Royl. Staff Corps. (Signed.) Anthy. Barclay, Peter B. Porter, 
Commissioners ; David Thompson, Wm. A. Bird, Surveyors. Under the 6th and 7th 
Articles of the Treaty of Ghent. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
19th May, 1828. Sheet Xo. 1— South. 

Scale, 5 inches to 1 geographical mile. 93f x 291. 

Coloured ]\IS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2564. Figurative Plan exhibiting a Bird's Eye View of the River St. Lawrence 
and its principal tributary streams from Kingston, in Upper Canada, to Ance 
Blanc Sablon on the Labrador Coast, now the Eastern Extremity of the Province 
of Lower Canada, a distance of upwards of 1,200 miles; Also, the Seigniories 
and Townships, &c., &c., in the said Province of Lower Canada; Principally 
intended to Elucidate Evidence given before a Committee of the Honourable 
House of Assembly for Internal Communications in February, 1829, by William 
Sax, Provincial Land Surveyor. Xotes. 66* x 16i. 

Copies (2). 

2565. Map shewing St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Rideau and Richelieu Canals. 1904. 
Xo. 10. With the Report of the Railways and Canals Department, 1904. 

Scale, 10 miles to one inch. 20J x 8*. 
Printed copy. 

2566. Maps showing Railways in parts of Ontario and Quebec. 1905. Xo. 5. 
With the Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, 1905. 

Scale of 45 miles to one inch. 19 x 9. 
Printed copy. 



312 

2567. Map showing St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Rideau and Richelieu Canals. 1905. 

No. 10. With the Eeport of the Department of Eaihvay and Canals, 1905. 
Scale, 10 miles to one inch. 20J x 8J. 
Printed copy. 

2568. Map showing St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Rideau and Richelieu Canals. 1906. 
No. 10. With the Eeport of the Department of Eailways and Canals, 1906. 

Scale, 10 miles to one inch. 20| x 8J. 
Printed copy. 

2569. Map showing St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Rideau and Richelieu Canals. 1907. 
No. 10. With the Eeport of the Department of Eailways and Canals, 1907. 

Scale, 10 miles to one inch. 20J x 8J. 
Printed copy. 

2570. Map showing St. Lawrence, Ottawa, Rideau and Richelieu Canals. 1908. 
No. 10. A. W. Almon, delt. With annual Eeport of Eailways and Canals De- 
partment. 

Scale, 10 miles=l inch. 21 x 9. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2571. Map shewing the Navigation of the St. Lawrence between Grananoque and 
Lloyds Creek. Office of the Board of Works, 1845. 

Scale, 1 mile=6^ inches. 27 x 18|. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Board of Works. W. 

2572. Plan of River St. Lawrence, between Prescott and Montreal, shewing the 
Rapids, and Provincial Canals. To improve the Navigation. Office of Public 
Works, Toronto, 1856. Draftd. by H. H. Killaly, Sur. Geo. Matthews, Lith., 
Montreal. 

Scale in miles, 1=1| inches. 209 x 19^. 
Coloured litho. 

2573. Map of the East Neebish Rapids, River Ste. Marie. Shewing obstructions to 
Navigation. Surveyed in June, 1875, by C. E. Michaud, Asst, Engr. Ottawa, 
April 19, 1876. Wm. Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. 

Scale, %2oo. 100 x 39|. 

Copy, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2574. Map of Part of East Neebish Rapids, River St. Mary. Drawn, January, 1878, 
by F. M. Hamel. William Kingsford, Engineer in Charge. With pencil notes 
shewing conditions at close of work, 1879. 

Scale, -100 feet=l inch, 23^ x 14|. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Department of Public Works. W. 

2575. Chart of the mouth of the River Saugeen and adjacent Shore of Lake 
Huron, 0. S. & H. E. E. Extension Survey. 1853. Note, explanatory. Dept. 
of Public Works. W. 

Scale of 12 chains to an inch. 44 x 28|. 

2576. Sketch of J. B. Williams' land on River Sydenham. See Cerft. by Mr. J. 
Johnston of 29th March, 1856. James Johnston, Prov. Surveyor. 6^ x 12|. 

Original MS. S. 

2577. Course of River Thames. 161 x 10|. 

Original coloured MS. S. 

2578. A Sketch of the River Thames, from the Delaware Village to the Upper 
Forks. With table of distances and an agreement signed by the chiefs. 22nd 
March, 1795. D. W. Smith, Acting Surveyor General. 14| x 18. 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 



313 

2579. Part of the River Thames in Upper Canada, from where it discharges itself 
into Lake St. Clair to Oxford in its Upper Forks, and from thence to the head 
of Burlington Bay, shewing the route of Lieut. Governor Simcoe in the year 
1793. In 4 sections of various dimensions. 

Coloured MS. copy of an official plan in the Colonial Office Library. 

2580. Part of the River Thames— Upper Canada. No. 1. Accompanying Lt. Col. 
Hughes' letter to Lt. General Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. Geo. Williams, 
9th August, 1814. Showing the positions of the British and American forces. 
38i X 13. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

258 L Gananoque or Thames River. D. W. Smith, Actg. Sur. Genl. With Expla- 
nations. 16^ X 24. 

Original, coloured MS. copy. S. 

2582. Tract of Land on North Side of River Thames. 8^ x 9^. 

Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2583. Plan of the Course of the River Trent, shewing the Improvements proposed 

by order of His Excellency Sir John Colborne, K.C.B., &c., &c., &c., 1833. 
Abstract estimate, 61 miles, and 365 feet lockage. With table of estimates for 
each section, and references. Total estimate, £233,447 :6:lli. Drawn by D. J. 
Estey and J. Overend. S. O. Taxwell, Lith. Survr. Genl. Dept., York, U.C. 
A. H. Baird, Civil Engineer, M.S.C.E.L. F. P. Eubidge, del. 
Scale, 120 chains to an inch. 17i x 22^. In duplicate. 

2584. Plan of part of the River Trent at the Village of Hastings, showing the 
Works erected by the Public Works Department. Thomas D. Belcher, Civil 
Engineer. Newcastle District Works, Superintendent Office, Peterboro. 26th 
June, 1876. 

Scale, 40 feet=l inch. 37 x 29. 

Original, bearing the stamp of the Public Works Department. W. 

2585. Rondeau. With soundings, &c. Shewing in pencil the site of the Town Plot- 

Scale, 40 chains to one inch. 19^ x 16. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2586. Plan of the Rondeau, to accompany a Keport upon the practicability of con- 
structing a Canal from thence to the River Thames, made by command of His 
Excellency the Lieutenant Governor. Thos. Koy, C.E. This map marks the 
site of Brock's tree, destroyed in 1882. Toronto, Nov. 12th, 1840. 

Scale, 2,400 feet to 1 inch. The soundings are given in feet. 30 x 21 . 
Original, bearing stamp ' Board of Works.' W. 

2587. Rondeau. No. 8. Plan of the Military Reserve. Content about 500 acres. 
Henry Vavasour, Col. Comg. Eyl. Engineer, Canada, 26 October, 1850. Copy, 
W. J. Lambert, Lieut. El. Engrs., August 2nd, 1850. 

Scale, 5,000 feet to an inch. 15^ x 12. 
Coloured litho. 0. 

2588. Plan shewing present state of entrance to Rondeau Harbour, Lake Erie. 

(9.) Surveyed in Oct.-Nov., 18C8, by Thomas Munro. John Page. Chf. Engr., P. 
Works. 

Scale, 400 feet to an inch. I7j x llf. 

Original. W. 

2589. Sketch of Rondeau Harbour, Lake Erie. (10). Surveyed in Oct.-Nov., 1868, 
by Thomas Munro. John Page, Chf. Engr. P. Works. 



314 

Scale, 6,000 feet to an inch. 13§ x 11^. 
Original. W. 

2590. Survey for Harbours of Refuge, 1S68.— ^Tq. iq. Sketch of Rondeau Harbour, 

Lake Erie. Surveyed in Oct.-JSTov., 1868, by Thomas Munro. Plan exhibited at 
Ottawa at time of letting. J. Page. 

Scale, 2,000 feet to an inch. 261 x 22^ 

Original. W. 

2591. Surveys for Harbours of Refuge. Xo. 9. Plan shewing present state of 
Entrance to Rondeau Harbour, Lake Erie. Surveyed in Oct.-Nbv., 1868. 
Thomas Munro. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 341 x 227. 
Original. W. 

2592. Chart shewing the present state of the Entrance into Rondeau Harbour on 
Lake Erie. Surveyed and drawn by F. A. Wise, August, 1S61. Inset. — Sketch 
of Eondeau Harbour. 

Scale, four hundred feet to one inch. 36:} x 23J-. ^ 
Original. W. 

2593. Plan shewing position and mode of Construction of proposed v/orks at Ron- 
deau Harbour, Lake Erie. Engrs. Office, Department of Public Works, Ottawa, 
5tb Is^ovember, 1870. John Page, Chf. Engr., P. Works. Plan exhibited at 
Ottawa at time of letting. J. Page. Witness, Thomas Adams, John Brown. 

Scales, general plan, 200 feet to an inch; El. and section of cribwork, 8 feet 
to an inch. 44| x 26i. 

2594. Profile of Route by the Grand Portage and Pigeon River from Lake Superior 
to Rainy Lake. Profile of route between Lake Superior and Rainy Lake by the 
Ivaministiquia and Eiviere La Seine. S. J. Dawson, C. E. in charge of Red 
River Expedition. 

Horizontal scale, 4 miles to 1 inch ; vertical scale, 200 feet to 1 inch. 65 x 25. 
Coloured litho. 

2595. Topographical Map, Ontario, Russell Sheet. Department of Militia and 
Defence, 1908. Geographical section, general staff, 'No. 2197. Ontario, 75° 00' — 
45° 15'. Russell Sheet, No'. 16. 

Scale, %.336o or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 29^ x 23|. 
Coloured litho. i¥. 

2596. St. Mary's and Sarnia Extension of the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, 
County of Perth. Certified as correct, Davis and Macleod, ProvL Land Sur- 
veyors, &c., London, C.W., April 14th, 1858. Examined and certified as in con- 
formity with the provisions of the Railway Consolidation Act, 14th and 15th, 
Vic. Cap. 51. Crown Lands Department, Toronto, April 24th, 1858. Andrew 
Russell, Asst. Comr. of C. Lands. 

Scale, 400 feet=l inch. 115 x 19. 
Original coloured MS. S. 

2596*. A plan of the Straits of St. Mary and Michilimakinac- to show the situation 
and importance of the two Westermost Settlements of Canada for the Fur Trade. 
British statute miles. 12=1 inch. 12a x 9^^. 
Uncoloured print, undated. 

2597. Sketch shewing the Town Reservations at the Upper Forks of the River 
Thames, and the Town Plot already surveyed, accompanied by a Report: — 
By order from the Surveyor General's Office, bearing date at York, the 31st day 
of March, 1830. Deputy Surveyor's Office, Port Talbot. M. Burwell, Dy. Sur- 



315 

veyor. To William Chewett, Esqviire. Acting Surveyor General, &c., &c., &c., 
York. 

Scale, 40 chains to one inch. 20^ x 17. 

Original, coloured MS. »S'. 

2598. TopogTaphic Map — Ontario — Wincliester Sheet. Department of Militia and 

Defence. IOCS. Geographical Section, General Staff, No. 2197. Ontario, 75° 00' 
— ±5° 00'. Winchester Sheet, Xo. 13. With references. 

Scale, %3360, or 1 inch to 1 mile. Contour interval, 25 feet. 

2599. Plan for setting apart one-seventh of Land for the Protestant Clergy of 18 
Townships in the County of Lincoln, containing about 71,680 acres. 1795. 

N.B. To the ISTorth West of this is the principal branch of the Ouse, or 
Grand River, where it is one chain and seventy links across. 
Scale, 5 miles to one inch. 74 x llf. 
Shaded MS. copy from Q series. 

2600. Plan for setting apart one-seventh of Land for the Crown, equal to one- 
seventh, set apart for the Protestant Clergy, of Eighteen Townships in the 
County of Lincoln, containing about 71,680 acres. 1795-7. This plan is on a 
base drawn from Oxford to Burlington Bay. 

Scale, 10 miles to one inch. SJ x 121. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2601. Two Sevenths of certain old Townships in the "Western District, set apart 
for the Crown and the Clergy, as specified on this plan, in the diagrams washed 
with Lake and Indian ink. 1797. This plan shews the country from Sandwich 
to Oxford. 

Scale, ten miles to one inch. Si x 12^. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

2602. River St. Clair, from the Old Ship Channel to the Rapids. No. 28. St. 

Clair Eiver. Surveyed by Capt. W. F, W. Owen, 1815. Accompanying Com- 
modore Sir E. Owen's report. 

Scale, 100 fathoms to an inch. 236i x 18. 

Copy from Q series. 

2603. Map shewing Canadian Ship Canal, also St. Mary's Falls Canal, Mich., 
U.S.A. 1902. No. 7. With the report of the Railways and Canals Department, 
1902. 

Scale of 1,000 feet to | inch. 15 x 6. 
Printed copy. E. 

2604. Sketch of the Straits of St. Mary, between Lake Huron and Lake Superior, 

laid down from bearings of the principal points and computed distances; except- 
ing a few iDlaces which have been more particularly surveyed. July, 1796. Alex. 
Bryce, Lieut., Corps Royal Engineers. Royal Engineers Drawing Room, Quebec, 
5th May, 1815. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Cg. R. Engineer. 

Extract of a letter from Capt. Payne, dated Drummond's Island, 24th Feby., 
1816. " With regard to a channel on the eastern side of this Island, I have to 
inform you that there is a very good one. Capt. Collyer sailed through it in the 
Surprise Schooner last summer, and it is his opinion which I now state. I also 
passed through it last September when making the tour of the Island. The Sauk 
and another Schooner sailed to St. Joseph, through the said channel (commonly 
called the False Detour), having mistaken it for the Detotir. No doubt therefore 
exists as to the channel, and it is apparently wider than the Detour, also very 
deep." 

" A few islands intervene from the false Detour to St. Joseph's ; and though 
the navigation is practicable, yet it is said to be difficult, in consequence of there 
being some shoals." 



316 

Quebec, 24th June, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Engineers. Engineers Office, 
Quebec, 1815. J. B. Duberger, Junr. This plan shews both the Detour and 
Ealse Detour. 

Scale, 3 miles to 1^ inches. 28 x 18. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

2605. Detour — Straits of St. Mary. No. 45. A chart of the Straits of St. Mary's 
and Michilimackinac containing the water communication between the three 
Great Lakes, viz. : Superior, Huron and Michigan. Copy, E. E. Vidal. 24th 
Nov., 1815. Copied from the original accompanying Commodore Sir E. Owen's 
report on communications, 1816, now in the Colonial Office. 

Scale of marine leagues, 10 to 44 inches. 15 x 8^. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2606. Map showing Canadian Ship Canal, also St. Mary's Falls Canal, Mich., 

TJ. S. A. 1904. No. Y. With the Eeport of the Railways and Canals Depart- 
ment, 1904. 

Scale of 1,000 feet to | of one inch. 15^ x 6. 

Printed copy. B. 

2607. Map showing Canadian Ship Canal, also St. Mary's Falls Canal, Mich., 

IT. S. A. 1907. No. 7. With the Report of the Department of Railways and 
Canals, 1907. 

Scale, 1,000 feet to an inch. 

Printed copy. R. 

2608. Sketch of the North Shore contiguous to the Falls of St. Mary, shewing the 
Improvements made by the North West Company. With references. 8th July, 
1802. R. H. Bruyeres, Capt. Royl. Engrs. 

Scale, 500 feet to one inch. 14f x 9^. 
Original, coloured MS., from C series. 

2609. Sketch of the Falls or Rapids of St. Mary's, 1816. With a sketch of Matcha- 
dash Bay on a scale of 2-^ miles to an inch. 7x4. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2610. Sketch of the Streights of St. Mary, between Lake Huron & Lake Superior 
with part of the Coast of Lake Huron and Michilimacinac. 1796. Inset.— 
Sketch of the Falls of St. Mary. This plan shows the various channels used by 
ships and canoes. 

Scale of plan, 3 miles to 2| inches. 25-| x 21|. 
Coloured MS. from Q series. 

2611. A Chart of the Streights of St. Mary's and Michilimackinac, containing the 
Water Communication between the three great Lakes, viz. Superior, Huron and 
Michigan. 25th April, 1815. 

Scale, 15 miles to 2| inches. 16 x 19^ 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2612. A Map of Sandwich with the position and situation of the Lands of William 
Park and Meldrum and Park; together with notes and references inscribed for 
William Park, Esq., 30th Dec, 1800. With copious references and notes on the 
ownership of Lots and title to Church Lands — with extracts from French deeds, 
Thomas Smith. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 19| x 14|. 
Original, partly colovired MS. S. 

2613. Plan of part of the Township of Sandwich, being three Concessions from the 
Huron Church Line. With a description attached. A Iredell, late Depy. Sur. 
Sandwich, 2nd July, 1803. 28* x 21. 

Original, coloured MS. 8. 



317 

2614. Plan of part of the Town of Sandwich, shewing Lot Y6 and ground purchased 
by Eobert Gouie in front of Lot IN'o. 76, agreeable to. ye courses subjoined. 1805. 
With references. 

Scale, one chain to an inch. 15 J x 12 1. 
Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2615. Sandwich and Surroundings, with notes, shewing Mill sites. 6| x 8^. 

Original, uncoloured MS. from Askin Papers. 

2616. Plan of Improvements on Lot No. 83 (by McNifE's Survey) or Lot No. 82, 
(by Iredell's). 1st Concession, Township of Sandwich. N. Booth, Provincial 
Surveyor. 2740/53. Windsor, 15th March, 1853. 

Scale, one chain to inch. 10| x 13g. 
Original, partly coloured MS. P. 

2617. Part of the Township of Sarnia. S.G.O., 11th January, 1842. Shewing the 
old Survey and the proposed survey of the Indian Reserve. Thomas Parke, 
Surveyor Genl. Copy, J. G. Chewett. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch, 20J x 15|. 
Uncoloured MS. copy. P. 

2618. Port Sarnia. — Plan of a continuation of the Town comprising Lots 70 and 71 
Front Con. Township of Sarnia. The property of the Heirs of the late Henry 
Jones Esq., and known as The Maxwell Estate. Surveyed by P. D. Salter, 
Eng., P.L.S. Lithog. at the Spectator Office, Hamilton. 

Scale, 4 chains to one inch. 39 x 27. 
Uncoloured plan. 

2619. Plan shewing the subdivision between Messrs. Schwieger & Stewart of their 
property at Port Sarnia. 

Scale, 3 chains to one inch. 15J x 16ie. 
Original, coloured MS. 

2620. Map of Sarnia Harbour, River St. Clair, Ontario. Nov.-Dec, 1873. Sur- 
veyed by C. E. Michaud, Engineer, P. W. William Kingsford, Engineer in 
Charge. Eeferences. 

Scale, 100 feet to one inch, M200 31f x 26i 

Original, bearing the stamp, ' Department of Public Works, Mar. 6, 1874.' W. 

2621. Map of the Saugeen Indian Peninsula, shewing the Townships of Eastnor, 
Lindsay and St. Edmunds, County of Bruce, Province of Canada. Surveyed and 
Published under authority of the Indian Department of Canada by Dennis & 
Boulton, Surveyors & Land Agents, Toronto. Notices. Sage & Sons, Lith., Buffalo, 
N.Y. 

Scale, 1 mile to 1 inch. 36 x 24-i 
Uncoloured print. 

2622. Plan of the Town of Saut de Ste. Marie, Canada West. Plan of the Town 
of Saut de Ste. Marie, Michigan. Engraved and printed for Samuel Whitney, 
by T. H. Colton Co., New York. With pencilled notes as the Canadian Town 
developed. 

Scale, of 10 chains to one inch. 32 x 26^. 
Uncoloured print. ;S^. 

2623. Postal Map of the Counties of Simcoe and Muskoka. Ontario, Canada. L. 
F. Anstruther Maingy, Draughtsman. Post Office Department, Ottawa, 1st July, 
1879. 

Scale, 6 miles to one inch. 16 x 26. 
Uncoloured litho. 



318 

2624. Plan of part of the Village of Simcoe. Copied from the original drawn by 
Lewis Burwell, Esq., (the property of George Kent), by F. L. Walsh. 

Scale, 2 chains to an inch. 28 x lOf. 
Uncoloured MS. S. 

2625. Plan shewing the relative sitviation of two acres of ground being the south 
east corner of Lot No. 14 in the Gore of Woodhouse, with the Town of Simcoe, 
known as the Clergy Block, reserved for the Churc-h of England. Shewing also 
the subdivisions of the same into Town Lots for the purpose of sale. The pro- 
ceeds are intended to be applied to the building of a church in some other part 
of the Town. True copy. Lewis Burwell, Dy. Surveyor. Brantford, 15th June, 
1840. 

Scale of one chain to one inch. 14| x 13. 
Uncoloured MS. S. 

2626. Village of Sombra. Surveyed by P. D. Salter, P.L.S. 1854. 

Scale of two chains to an inch. 20 x 18. 
Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2627. South Gower. Toronto, 26th March, 1834. J. Eadenhurst. Copy, J. G. C. 
S. G. O. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 13 x 27. 
Uncoloured MS. 0. 

2628. South Gower, Johnstown District. Anthy. Swalwell, D.P.S., Upper and Lower 
Canada. Copy. With note. 

Original, uncoloured MS. 0. 

2629. Southwold and part of Westminster. — Shewing the situation of the Eoads 
through Southwold and the connections formed by the North Branch of Talbot 
Eoad, with the Eoad through Westminister. 12th November, 1811. Mahlon 
Burwell, Deputy Surveyor. Copy, Surveyor General's Office, 20 April, 1812. 
Thos. Eidout, Sur. Genl. 

Scale, 40 chains to an inch. 26 x 48-|. 
Coloured MS. 8. 

2630. Topographical Plan of the Spanish River, by A. Murray, Esq., Asst. Prov. 
Geologist, 1848. Sheet 1. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, 
F.E.S., Director. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2631. Topographical Plan of part of the Spanish and White Fish Rivers, by A. 

Murray, Esq., Asst. Provl. Geologist. Sheet 2. Geological Survey of Canada, 
Sir Wm. E. Logan, F.E.S., Director. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 

Uncoloured litho. 

2632. Extract—Copyed from the Plan of Stamford. D. W. Smith, A. S. G. 1797. 
6^ X 7J. 

, Partly coloured MS. copy. 8. 

2633. Sketch of part of Stamford Township, 2Sth July, 1823. This plan shews 
Forsythe's tavern and the roads from Chippawa to Queenstown, and from Wm. 
Lundys and the Methodist Church to Beaver Dam. 12J x 7|. 

Original, uncoloured MS. P. 

2634. Plan of part of the Township of Stamford, near Falls of Niagara. 1843. 

Scale, 10 chains to one inch. 21 x 17:|. 
Original MS., unsigned. P. 



319 

2635. Part of Stamford Township. Jas. W. Fell, D.P.S. Chippawa, Aug. 9tli, 
1849. This plan shews the Eapids and Cynthia Island, with the roads to Drum- 
mondville, the Falls and Falls Mills, Burning Spring and Chippawa. 

Scale, i of an inch to a chain. 15J x 12. 
Original, coloured MS. P. 

2636. Part of the Township of Stamford. That part of the reserve along the top of 
the bank of the Xiagara Eiver, coloured yellow, surrendered by the Ordnance, 
1st Oct., 1852. Crown Lands Department, Quebec, April, 1853. Certified a true 
Copy. T. Devine. 18 x 121. 

Partly coloured MS. copy. P. 

2637. Plan of the Town of Stratford, by Donald McDonald. Scoble and Balfour, 
Lith., Toronto. With statistics. 

Scale, 4 chains per inch. 25 x 30^. 
Uncoloured litho. 

2638. Topographical Plan of part of the Sturgeon River, by A. Murray, Esq., Asst. 
Prov. Geologist., 1856. Geological Survey of Canada, Sir Wm. E. Logan, F.R.S., 
Director. Sheet 7. G. Matthews, Lith., Montreal. 

Scale, 80 chains to an inch. 34 x 23. 

L^ncoloured litho. 

2639. Geological Map of the Vicinity of Copper Cliff, Sudbury Mining District, 
Ontario, by Alfred E. Barlow, M.A., D.Sc; assisted by O. E. Leroy, M.Sc. Geo- 
logical Survey of Canada, 1903. To accompany Part H, Vol. XIV. No. 824. 

Scale, 400 feet to 1 inch. 40 x 34. 
Coloured litho. 

2640. Geological Map of the Vicinity of Copper Cliff, Sudbury Mining District, 
Ontario, by Alfred E. Barlow, M.A., D.Sc; assisted by O. E. Leroy, M.Sc. 

Scale, 400 feet to one inch. 40 x 34. 
Coloured litho. 

2641. Plan of Thunder Bay, shewing survey at the mouth of the Kamanistiquia 
River and site of Fort William, n.d. 8J x 13i. 

Original, coloured MS. M. 

2642. Chart of Thunder Bay, Lake Superior, Surveyed by Admiral Bayfield, R.N. 
To accompany report of the Engineer in Chief, Canadian Pacific Railway, dated 
January, 1874. 23 x 17. 

Uncoloured litho. 

2643. Plan of a Tract of Land (coloured yellow) purchased from the Mississaga 
Indians and known by Lots number four in the 1st and 2nd Concessions of the 
Township of Thurlow, in the Midland District, Province of Upper Canada — 
Containing 428 acres. Surveyor General's Office, York, U.C., 6 Sept., 1811. 
Thos. Ridout, Surveyr. Genl. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 14| x 9. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2644. Sketch of 6 Lots of Land, First Concession, Thurlow, intended principally 
to shew the relative situation of an island fronting Lot No. 1 or Philip Zwick's 
Land, estimated at 14 acres. By Henry Smith, L.P.S. 1817. 15 x 12^. 

Original, uncoloured MS. 8. 

2645. Partial Tracing of certain portions of the Township of Tiny and Tay, shew- 
ing the relative position and the extent of the several Military Reserves — 5 iu 
number at or near Penetanguishene, together with the particulars of those Reset- 



320 

vations as recorded in the Crown Lands OiEce, Quebec. — (No. 2). To accompany 
the Commanding El. Engineer's letter to the Inspector General of Fortifications, 
dated, 18th March, 1852. No. 412. H. P. Wulff, Lt. Col. C. E. Engrs. Compiled 
and drawn from information derived from the office of the Crown Lands Depart- 
ment. Nelson Walker, Surveyor and Draftsman. El. Engrs. Dept., 18th March, 
1852. With explanations. 

Scale of 40 chains to an inch. 29 x 19. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2646. Government Buildings at York. Eeferences. P. Van Cortlandt, Depy. B. M. 
Genl. 

Scale of 50 feet to an inch. 18^ x 14i. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2647. Plan of part of York, TJ. C. Shewing Government House Eeserve. 144 x 9. 

Original, coloured MS. ;S^. 

2648. Plan shewing the Plots that are too much in depth at York. D. W. Smith, 
A. S. G. 20 X 7i. 

Original, uncoloured MS. *S'. 

2649. Sketch of part of the Military Reserve at York. 164 x lOi 

Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2650. Plan of the Harbour of Toronto, with a proposed Town and Settlement, 
17788. Eeferences. N.B. Copied from a plan of Mr. Collins; it does not agree 
with the survey made by L. Kotte in 1783 (Plan L24). Engr. D. E. Kotte's 
Survey agrees with one taken in 1793 by J. Bouchette. Chateau. Endorsed 6. 
In Lord Dorchester's No. 87 to the Duke of Portland. 

Scale, one mile to two inches. 23 x 30A. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2651. Plan of Toronto's Harbour with the proposed Town and part of the Settle- 
ment. Quebec, 6th Dec, 1788. Gother Mann, Captn. Commandg. El. Engrs. 

Scale of one mile to two inches. 21 x 13^. 

Original, coloiired MS., bearing the stamp of the Board of Ordnance. 0. 

2652. Plan of Toronto Harbour with the proposed Town and part of the Settle- 
ment. Plan B. Quebec, 6th Deer., 1788. Gother Mann, Capt. Commandg. El. 
Engr. 

Scale of one mile to two inches. 19i x 13^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2653. Plan of Toronto Harbour with the Rocks, Shoals and Soundings' &c. Sur- 
veyed and drawn by J. Bouchette, 1793. 

Scale of twenty chains to one inch. 17^ x 13|. 
Original, coloured MS. *S'. 

2654. Projection of 4,800 acres of Land, submitted for Major J. W. Smith, in 
Township No. 9, near Toronto, the 2/7th being reserved. D. W. Smith, Actg. 
Sur. Genl. Surveyor General's Office, 21 June, 1793. With a table of quantities. 
141 X 9. 

Original, coloured MS. P. 

2655. Plan of York Harbour. Surveyed by order of Lt. Govr. Simcoe, by A. Aitken, 
Depy. Sur., 1793. Copy of original endorsed B. T. Map, Case 44, No. 49. York 
Harbour, Canada 60 — in the Colonial Office, London. Eeferences. 

Scale, 20 chains in an inch. 28 x 18:i. 
Coloured MS. 



321 

Plan of York Harbour, surveyed by order of Lt. Gov. Simcoe, bv A. Aitken, 
D 

Eef erences 

In Lt. Govr. Simcoe's despatch (Xo. 18) of 20tli Sept., 1793. Vol. 279. 
' Upper Canada.' 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 30 x 21. 

Coloured MS. copy, single plan, on tracing linen, from Q series. 

2656. Plan of Lock-np at York. 1797. 121 x 7f . 

Original, uncoloured MS. ^. 

2657. Plan of Humber Mills. S. G. O., 31 Jany., 1798. D. W. Smith, A.S.G. 12 x Tj. 

Original, coloured MS. S. 

2658. Gaol at York. 1799. 12-1 x 8. 

Original, uncoloured MS. S. 

2659. Plan and Front Elevation of the Lieut. Governor's House at York, Tipper 
Canada. Erected by Capt. Pilkington, in ISOO. Endorsed, Plan and IClevation 
of the Govt. House, York, U.C. destroyed in the late war. Col. Pillvington, R.E. 
15 X 21i. 

Original, coloured MS. .S'. 

2660. Plan of the Eon Bridge and the Agreement of William Smith, Carpenter, for 
Erecting it on or before 1st March, 1803. Xo. 16. 

Scales, 4 feet to one inch. A containing Figs. I, II, III. 

5 feet to three inches. B containing 2 figures. 18| x 13i-. 
Two original, coloured MS. S. 

2661. A Plan for a House of Assembly at York,, which can be built of wood and 
brick for less than 1,000£ Sterg. on the same scale of the elevation. With 

references. Enclosed in Dr. Wells, loth May, 1801. 13 x llf. 
Original, uncoloured MS. from C series. 

2662. Elevation for a House of Assembly at York. E. W. fecit. Enclosed in Dr. 
Wells, 15th May, 1801. 

Scale of 10 feet to on inch. 13 x 9i. 
Original, coloured MS. from C series. 

2663. A Sketch shewing the Land occupied by John Small, Esq., upon the Eeserve 
appropriated for Government House at York, by His Excellency, Lieut Gov- 
ernor Simcoe. Signed, D. W. Smith. Siir. Genl. Copy. Surveyor General's 
Office, York, IGth Dec, 1805. C. B. Wyatt, Survr. Genl. 13 x 9. ' 

Uncoloured MS. copy. *S'. 

2664. Sketch of the relative situation of the Land adjoining the Town of York, 
in the possession of George Crookshank, Esqr., under permission from His Excel- 
lency, Lieut. Genl. Hunter, Governor, and Commander in Chief of Upper Canada. 
1811. 13 X 16*. *5'. 

2665. Plan of the Town and Harbour of York. C. 57. Xo. 7. George Williams, 
Eoyl. Military Surveyor, eto., 27th July, 1814. Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' 
letter to Lt. General Mann, dated 16 August, 1814. Eeferences. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 37 x 24. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Eortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2666. Garrison of York — (Xo. 2 accompanying Plan of York marked Xo. 7.) Plans 
of Western Battery; Eavine or No. 4 Blockhouse. Blockhouse — Gibraltar Point. 
Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' letter to Lt. Genl. Mann, dated 16th August, 
1814. 

233—21 



322 

General scale of 20 feet to an inch. 20^5 x 14fjj. 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2667. Gaxrison of York. (No. 1 accompanying No. 7.) Accompanying Lt. Col. 
Hughes' letter to Lt. General Mann, dated 16th August, 1814. 21 x 14^. 

Original MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General of 
Fortifications stamps. 0. 

2668. Sketch of the Ground in advance of and including York, Upper Canada, 

by Geo. Williams, E.M.S.D., Nov., 1813. No. 6. References and remarks. 
Accompanying Lt. Col. Hughes' letter to Lt. Genl. Mann, dated 16th Augnst, 
1814. 38 X Hi 

Original, uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications 
and Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2669. York Harbour. (No. 10). Copy, E. E. Vidal. With Commodore E. Owen's 
report. 

Scale, 20 chains to an inch. 48 x 17^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2670. Plan of the Harbour, Fort and Town of York, the Capital of Upper Canada. 
(No. 6). March 16th, 1810. Quebec, 24th June, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Rl. 
Engineers. Royal Engrs. Drawing Room, Quebec. J. B. Duberger, Lieut. 

Scale, 10 chains to an inch. 36 x 29. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2671. Plan of the Fort at York, Upper Canada, shewing its state in March, 1816. 

With sections. (No. 7). Quebec, 24th July, 1816. G. Nicolls, Lt. Col. Rl. En- 
gineers. Royal Engineer Drawing Room, Quebec, 16th Feby., 1816. J. B. 
Duberger. References. 

Scale of plan, 60 feet to an inch — ^20 feet to an inch. 291 x 24^. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2672. The Hospital Reserve in the Town of York, containing six acres. With 
descriptive notes. Thos. Ridout, Surveyor Genl. Surveyor General's Office, 
York; 21st Sept., 1818. 8 x 11^. 

Original, uncoloured MS. 8, 

2673. Town of York. April, 1819. Surveyor General's Office, 24 Apl., 1819. T. 
Ridout. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 8 x 9f. 
Original, coloured MS. S. 

2674. Plan of York. Surveyed and Drawn by Lieut. Philpotts, Royal Engineers. 
Accompanying the copy of a letter from Lt. Colonel Addison to Major Hender- 
son, dated 20th June, 1817, included in thf correspondence transmitted with Lt. 
Colonel Durnford's letter to Lt. Colonel Mann, dated Quebec, 20th June, 1819. 

Scale of six inches to a mile. 25f x 21^. 

Uncoloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2675. Lands proposed to be sold for the Endowment of a Royal Invalid Asylum 

on the Plan of Chelsea Hospital— York. 1820. 20 J x in. 
LTncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2676. Plan of Two Blocks of land in the District of Gore. 1820. Endorsed D. 
12i x 6|. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 



323 

2677. Sketch shewing the situation of the Gore of Toronto. 1828. 

Scale, 5 miles to an incli. 12i x 9-J. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2678. Lands proposed to be sold for the Endowment of a Royal Invalid Asy' tb 
8/3/1820. Endorsed F. 15h x 11. 

Uncoloiired MS. copy from Q series. 

2679. Plan and Section of the Store House at York as it will be wben improved — 
the yellow denotes the imi^rovements and alterations. Tho lower floor to be fitted 
up for small stores and the upper floor to contain 1,000 stand of arms, with such 
other stores as may be required. (Signed) Henry Vavasour, Capt. Eoyal En- 
gineers. 

Plan and Section of the Old Magazine within the Fort at York as it now 
stands; the arch of this building is completely decayed, the bricks will serve to 
form the improvements proposed. The yellow denotes the intended windows- 
and staircase. (Signed) Henry Vavasour, Capt. Royl. Engineers. 1823. 

Scale 20 feet to an inch. 10 x IH- 

Coloured MS. copy from C series. 

2680. Plan and Section of the Store House at York as it will be when improved. 
The yellow denotes the improvements and alterations. The lower floor to be 
fitted up with small stores, and the upper floors to contain 1,000 stand of arms 
with such other stores as may be required. (Signed) — Henry Vavasour, Capt. 
Eoyal Engineers. 

Plan and Section of the Old Magazine within the Fort at York as it now 
stands. The arch of this Building is completely decayed and the bricks will- 
serve to form the improvements proposed. The yellow denotes the intended 
windows and staircase. Commanding Royal Engineers Office, Henry Vavasour, 
Capt. Eoyal Engineers. Quebec, Sept. 24th, 1823. 10^ x 16^. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

2681. Plan of the Fort at York. (Plate 1. No. 24). With references. E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Comg. El. Engr., Canada. F. H. B., L. E. E., 1823. Sept. 
24, 1823. 

Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 21* x 16*. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance and Inspector General 
of Fortifications stamps. 0. 

2682. York Fortifications. (Plate 2). York, 24th Sept., 1823. Xo. 1. Plan of 
Commandant's Quarters. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 15 feet to an inch. lOf x 16. 

Original coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General of Forti- 
fications. 0. 

2683. York Fortifications. (Plate 6). York, 24th Sept., 1823. No. 6. Plan, Eleva- 
tion and Section of Blockhouse. No. 7. Plan, Elevation and Section of Block- 
house. E. W. Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada. 

Scale of 20 feet to an inch. 16| x lOj. 

Original, partly coloured MS., bearing the stamp of the Inspector General 
of Fortifications. 0. 

2684. Plan of York. No. 24. See General Plan of the Canadas. (Y). E. W. 
Durnford, Lt. Col. Commg. El. Engr., Canada, 24th Sept., 1823. 

Scale, 6 inches to a mile. 21 x 16-1. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 
233—21} 



324 

2685. Plan of a Pentagonal Fort, containing- a easemated Fortified Barracks for 200 
men, proposed to be constructed at York, IT. C. George Phillpotts, Capt. El. 
Engrs. J. E. Wright, Lt. Col. El. Engineers. El. Engineers Oifice, Qviebec, 20tla 
Nov. 1827. E. W. Durnford, Col. Comg. El. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale of 100 feet to an inch. 39 x 26. 

Original, coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and 
Board of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2686. Plan of the easemated Fortified Barracks proposed for York, II.C. Details 
as in preceding map, No. 2685. 

2687. Plan of attack on Office of the Colonial Advocate — York. With referencea 
1827. Si X 5i 

Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2688. Plan of the Town of York— Corrected. By J. G. Chewett, 1827. Surveyor 
General's Office — York, 7th December, 1827. 'Thos. Eidout, Survyr. General. 

Scale, 4 chains to an inch. 62 x 27. 
Original, coloured MS. 8. 

^689. Plan of the Fort at York, to accompany Lt. Colonel Wright s Eeport No. 6, 
dated 7th April, 1829. Copy. Commanding Eoyal Engineers Office, Quebec, 
1829. With references. 

Scale, 200 feet to an inch. 12| x 7J. 
Partly coloured MS. from C series. 

2690. York — Copy from a Plan in possession of the Honble. George Crookshank, by 
J. G. Chewett. York, March, 25th, 1830. l^h x 15f. 

Partly coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2691. The Reserve at York. Copy from a plan in possession of the Honble. George 
Crookshank, by J. G. Chewett, York. 25th March, 1830. 20| x 16|. 

Partly coloured MS. 8. 

2692. Section of the <3hannel at the entrance of York Harhour, from the Beakon 
on a line to the Fork with the soundings at intervals of 33 feet admitting vessels 
of 9 feet draught of water. Endorsed Harbour of York, U.C. 1831. 29^ x lOf. 

Original, uncoloured MS. 8. 

2693. Plan of the Upper Canada College with the Dwellings and out Houses for the 
Masters. 30/3/1831. With references. 

Scale, 45 feet to an inch. 11-^ x 6 J. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2694. Elevation of the Tipper Canada College with the Dwellings for the Masters. 

Scale, 45 feet to an inch. 11-J x 6^. 
Uncoloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2695. Sketch of the Ground Plan of a projected Place d'armes, for York, Upper 
Canada, on the Plain, between the present ruined work and the ancient French 
Fort, Toronto; [shewing the parts proposed to be first erected as a system of 
defensible barracks, the parts it is proposed only to picket or stockade at first, 
as a defensible enclosure, and the parts to be erected hereafter.] Eoyal Engineers 
Office, Western District, York, U.C, January, 21st, 1833. E. H. Bonnycastle, 
Capt. Eoyal Engineers, Western District. To His Excellency M. General Sir 
John Colborne, K.C.B., Lt. Governor of Upper Canada, &e., &c., »&c. 

Scale, 60 feet=l inch. 20 x 18. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 



325 

2696. Plan of York, U.C. Surveyed and drawn by Lieut. Phillpotts, Royl. Engineers^ 
23rd Jany., 1833. Shewing the relation between the channel and the Forts at 
the entrance of the harbour. Copied by J. G. Chewett. F. P. Hardy, S.G. 

Scale of six inches to a mile. 28 x 22^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2697. Part of the Credit Reserve. No. 1. Note. Copy. Map by which the lands 
were sold at Public sale. 1833. 12* x lOf. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2698. Part of the Credit Reserve — No. 2. This map as relates to Nos. 4, 5 and 6 in 
the 2nd Range is the actual plan of the ground and river. lOJ x 13|. 

Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2699. Credit Reserve. No. 5. J. McD., Dy. Surveyor. P. Adamson's memorial, 
15th June, 1833. With explanation. 

Scale, 4 chains per inch. 7| x 14^. 
Coloured MS. copy from Q series. 

2700. Toronto. This plan shews the lots in Sections or Blocks A and C sold by 
public auction on the 25th of Nov., 1833. Explanation. H. J. Castle, Dep. Surv. 
Nov. 22, 1833. 

. Scale of 200 feet to an inch. 24 x 18. 

Uneoloured litho., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

2701. Plan of the Town and Harbour of York, Tipper Canada, and also of the 
Military Reserve, shewing the site of the New Barracks and Works around 
them, as proposed to be erected near the Western Battery. Memoranda. E. T. 
Ford, Lt. Royal Engineers, Dec. 5th, 1833. Royal Engineers Office, York, W. 
Canada, 31st Oct., 1833. R. IT. Bonnycastle, Capt. Royl. Engrs., Sen. Offr., 
Western District, U.C. Royal Engineers Office, Quebec, 24th Dec, 1833. Gus. 
Nicolls, Comg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. 

Scale of 1,000 yards, 500 to an inch. 50 x 28. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

a — No. 2. — Plan of Comparison shewing in yellow the site of the new Barrack 
and work around it A; the wharf B, and Tower C, proposed for the defence of 
the entrance of the Harbour of York the Capital of Upper Canada and a Chief 
Port for Commerce on the Lake Ontario to be proceeded upon, if approved, as 
means shall be furnished from the sale of that part of the Military Reserve given 
up for the improvement of the Town. References. Memoranda. Royal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 24th December, 1833. Gust. Nicolls, Colonel, Comg. Rl. Engineer, 
Canada. 

Scale of yards, 90=1 inch. 52 x 30. 

Coloured MS. copy, bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board 
of Ordnance stamps. 0. 

h — No. 3. — Plan and Sections of the New Work proposed to be erected on the 
Military Reserve, farther to the westward, for the defence of the entrance of the 
York Harbour, agreeably to the wishes of His Excellency M. Genl. Sir John 
Colborne, K.C.B., Lt. Governor of Upper Canada, &c., &c., &c. Royal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 24th December, 1833. Gust. Nicolls, Colonel, Comg. Rl. Engineer, 
Canada. W. YoUand, Lieut. Royal Engineers; Royal Engineers Office, York, 
Upper Canada. R. H. Bonnycastle, Capt. Royl. Engrs., Senior Officer, Western 
District, Upper Canada. 

Scale, 100 feet to an -inch. Scale of sections, 20 feet to an inch. 50 x 21. 

Coloured MS., bearing the Inspector General of Fortifications and Board of 
Ordnance stamps. 0. 



326 

12702. York Fortifications — Twelve plans of proposed buildings, all original coloured 
MS., bearing the Board of Ordnance stamp. 0. 

a Plan JSTo. 1. — Plan, Elevation and Section of a Small Guard-House in the 
Eavelin of the proposed New Work at York — Upper Canada. Koyal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 28th Dec, 1833. Gust. Nicolls, Colonel Comg. Kl. Engineer, 
^Canada, 

Scale, 6 feet to one inch. 11 x 12|. 

& 2. — Plan, Section and Ele\ation of a Barrack to hold 198 men, proposed to 
be built in the New Work in the Reserve at York, Eoyal Engineers Office, Que- 
bec, 20th Dec, 1833. Gust. Nicolls, Colonel Comg. Rl. Engineer, Canada. T. G. 
W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 20 feet to an inch. 12 x 15 1. 

c 3. — Plan of an Officers' Barrack proposed to be built in the New Work at 
York, to contain 2 Field Officers and 20 Officers' Mess Booms, Kitchens, &c. Royal 
Engineers Office, Quebec, 28th Dec, 1833. Gust. Nicolls, Colonel Comg. Rl. 
Engineer, Canada. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. 

Scale of 20 feet to one inch. 17 x 22. 

d 4. — Plan, Section and Elevation of an Hospital proposed to be erected in 
the New Work at York, Upper Canada, to contain 44 patients. Royal Engineers 
Office, Quebec, 28th Dec, 1833. Gust. Nicolls, Colonel Comg. Rl. Engineer, 
Canada. T. G. W. Eaststaff, Draughtsman. 

Scale, 20 feet to one inch. 14 x 16